Mr. Lamb, Mr. White, Mr. Hersey, and his own son were with him at the time.
The soldier bore a note which was addressed to Major Hersey.
Major Hersey ended boyishly, forgetting military etiquette in his enthusiasm.
Major Hersey does remember me and I was so afraid he might have forgotten!
Hersey, when he saw it, declared it was quite fresh, and that the tiger must be close by.
Hersey then fired his second barrel, and broke his shoulder, which brought him up (literally with a round turn).
Major Hersey was a soldier and Nora's directness pleased him.
Yet as a fellow American Major Hersey intended making the effort.
Among them were two little girls, whom Major Hersey will tell you are especially attractive.
The colonel, however, was not in his library at the moment of Major Hersey's arrival.