But, after all, it was not islay who was the troublesome member of the family.
"Glad to see you back, islay," said the Paymaster, proffering his Sabbath snuff-mull.
Young islay started at this approach without warning, but he was not afraid.
Young islay felt, for the first time in his life, a sense of placid happiness.
Old islay went from corner to corner, looking eager out to sea, his hands deep in the pockets of his long coat.
When you have settled Hugh and islay, there will be Will to open it up again; and they will all leave us, after all.
There is good salmon fishing to be had in islay, south of Mull.
You are like my fathers picture, sir;—and your own that we have at the Cottage—and islay a little.
He even came, and superintended her at the work-table, and asked continually, How about islay?
And islay is going to Woolwich if he can pass his examination.