Gosse blushed crimson at finding himself so unexpectedly singled out; and faltered out that he had forgotten.
We no longer connect Gosse with goose, nor Pennefather with a miser.
Gosse tells us that it is still a common belief in Jamaica that crested snakes exist there which crow like a cock.
Gosse found the country generally poor and destitute of water.
Mr. Gosse has never allowed the chains of the critical vocation to weigh heavily upon him.
I knew we were now in the very country that had driven Mr. Gosse back.
But it is a fair example not only of the grace, but also of the precision, with which Mr. Gosse habitually uses his pen.
I cannot make them out to be Mr. Gosse's; they must be Mr. Giles's.
Quite recently Mr. Gosse was rebuked more loudly for a less severe denunciation.
This convinced me that the cart belonged to Mr. Gosse, who I knew had returned.