Mrs. Newbolt looked at him sharply, turning her head a little with a quick, pert movement, not unlike one of her hens.
I shall be at 30 Newbolt Square between eight and nine to-night.
She "looks like death," Mrs. Newbolt told Edith the next morning.
We will ask Newbolt to accompany Mrs. Lovel to her room and to attend on her.
He threw every thought to the winds—except the thought of rescuing his princess from Mrs. Newbolt's imprisoning bric-a-bràc.
Here she was met not by the cook, but by Mrs. Newbolt, the ladys-maid.
"I—I—I'll go and see about your supper," said Mrs. Newbolt, and trundled off to hide herself in the dining room.
Johnny, at the telephone, was telling Mrs. Newbolt's doctor to hurry!
Mrs. Newbolt, sitting very straight-backed, held her lips tight, for she was impressed with the seriousness of the occasion.
Of course we don't know what the result will be, Mrs. Newbolt.