Meynell determined to accompany them, and imitated and improved upon their simple preparations.
Bella, my dear, I must introduce you to an old friend of mine: Meynell, my wife.
Mr. Meynell says that two years before he died he had a short visit from his eldest brother.
"Saves the trouble of ringing for the servant," she said archly to Meynell.
Ta-ou-renche determined at once to push for Chicontimi, and Atàwa and Meynell followed his fortunes.
"I have given you a very enjoyable evening, Meynell," he said bitterly.
In last week's Scots Observer appeared an exquisite little poem by Mrs. Meynell—the first she has written since her marriage.
Meynell could no longer be blind to the want of ease in his host's manner, and in his turn became proportionately uncomfortable.
Of this reprint the best that can be said is that it provides an occasion for an essay by Mrs. Meynell.
"My sister, Mr. Meynell," she said, seeing that the doctor was looking straight over Saidie's head.