“These days we all have to be a bit more sensible,” says Sitwell.
The truth is, so far as I can see, Mr. Sitwell has not begun to take poetry quite seriously.
My host had left the room only a few seconds when Dr. Sitwell entered it.
I will go to Mrs. Sitwell, to hear what has made you blush—it must be something very radical.
See his Letter to Mrs. Sitwell, September 6th, 1873, and ch.
At the same time, here and there are evidences that Mr. Sitwell has felt as well as fancied.
Mr. Sitwell gets all the subjects he wants in London clubs and drawing-rooms.
"You should rather say the worst of us, Dr. Sitwell," observed my tutor.
"Dr. Sitwell says that there is little danger," replied Miss Gerard, quietly.
Colonel Sitwell spent January in covering the passage of convoys in the Kimberley district.