That was just after Mr. Hichens had bought the house and wanted to come into it.
He turned faint after the least exertion and had to leave off going to Mr. Hichens.
Naturally Bosie talked a great deal about me and Hichens wanted to know me.
He began to worry seriously about keeping Mr. Hichens out of his house.
The experience of Mr Hichens is so valuable that I cannot do better than quote further.
The young man said he understood exactly what she meant, and produced a new book by Hichens.
One of the creditors, Mr. Hichens, gave him work in his office.
In Lady Sellingworth, Mr. Hichens is dealing with a brilliant woman.
Note: The editor hopes to meet Mr. Hichens some day, and is compelled to make the biography flattering.