She did not give Mrs. quiverful eau-de-Cologne, or order her a glass of wine.
"She ought to pay it herself, out of her own pocket," said Mr. quiverful.
Mrs. quiverful thanked him, and shook hands with him, and looked into his face suspiciously.
"One's first duty is to one's own wife and family," said Mr. quiverful.
A journey to the palace was not quite so easy a thing for Mrs. quiverful as for our friend at Plumstead.
Mr. quiverful assured him that he remembered it very well indeed.
In the end, Mr. quiverful, you will find that it will have been better for you.
Mr. quiverful declared that nothing could be more distinct on his memory.
It was a dull affair enough, this introduction of Mr. quiverful, but still it had its effect.
But don't for a moment, Mr. quiverful, suppose that I mean to throw you over.