Perhaps only thing we do not share is that he is a Cantabrian, whereas I am an Oxonian, but nobody is perfect.
Then, with the full exercise of his strength, the young Oxonian picked his enemy up and dropped him into the skip.
All will wish the old Oxonian a speedy recovery from his strain.
"If it is disappointment, madam, that no attempt was made to kiss you—" began the Oxonian, with grave impertinence.
"The road that leads to freedom is always beautiful," agreed the young Oxonian.
Neither the Surgeon nor the Oxonian could "place" him precisely, they would confess.
Oh, then we are half way up Scafell, said the Oxonian—hang the mist!
It is true the Oxonian has now and then practised the old gentleman's doctrines a little in the extreme.
"Why, a round O," said the other Oxonian, coming to his friend's aid.
Over a champion course, in a match, Lee would in his Henley form have been a score or more lengths behind the Oxonian.