My master is anxious to please you, Sir lyndsay, and will accept the money of your friend.
Mr. lyndsay thinks it necessary for us to take this step, and I have no doubt that he is right.
"Mother told you not to talk about Mr. lyndsay's leg," observed Harold sharply.
“You will not be disappointed, my dear,” addressing himself to Mrs. lyndsay.
I should think you would prefer riding,” said lyndsay; “yet I see you out every day on foot.
“The discomfort will only last a few minutes, Mrs. lyndsay,” said old Kitson.
Mr. lyndsay, imagine pain, worse than any ever endured on earth going on and on, for ever!
“So much the better for Mrs. Rogers,” whispered lyndsay to Flora.
So I think, my dear Mr. lyndsay, for your sake more than my own, our engagement had better be broken off.
“He deserved what he got, for his egregious vanity,” said lyndsay.