Miss Martineau also made up her mind to forgive these naughty girls, and to give them the benefit of her most sapient counsel.
Mr. Martineau weeps for' the beauty of the flower fading into a necessity.'
Dr. Martineau pressed the limp hand upon the little tea table.
Miss Martineau has not been too lavish in her praises of Mackinaw.
Dr. Martineau, under his green umbrella, nodded his conceded agreement.
In Miss Martineau's case, however, the trade made a mistake.
Dr. Martineau in a state of sudden distress attempted to drink out of a cold and empty coffee cup.
This was the position of Dr. Martineau in 1872 (and probably is now).
There are still inhabitants of Norwich who remember Mrs. Martineau, and their testimony of her is identical with her son's.
Note what happened in 1864 to the cavalry of General Martineau.