Lacy rose at the same time, but at the foot of the companion, Otway motioned him to stop.
Mrs. Otway had begun by listening in silence to this uncalled-for outburst.
I cannot agree with Dr. Garnett that the interest of Otway's plays arises from the situation only, not from the characters.
Also Mrs. Guthrie was more or less chair-ridden, and Mrs. Otway had no carriage.
That describes the Cape Otway country; and the part of the letter which follows refers to the land on the west of the Otway.
Rose and Mrs. Otway had hoped to go to Germany this very autumn.
Many of these varieties are represented in the work of a single writer, as Crowne, or Lee, or Otway.
Mrs. Otway had declared the fact to be a secret—a secret that must at all costs be kept.
I am free to confess, that Sheridan and Otway remain unsurpassed in their respective lines.
Mrs. Otway would not acknowledge even to herself how relieved she felt.