"Ve didn't expect you here to-day," said the member for Staines.
Dr. Staines politely ignored her little attempts to interrupt the argument.
Dale communicated this as delicately as he could to Staines.
"And there's room for them to eat it—in the road," said Staines.
South of that great meadow, Egham stands opposite Staines, separated by the river and a mile of dull road.
You needn't cry, Mrs. Staines; your husband has been let in deeper than you have.
Sleeping in the wood, with not a creature near but Squat, a sombre thought struck Staines.
Staines said nothing; he only quickened his pace; but he was greatly disturbed.
To stop him, Staines requested to feel his pulse, and examine his tongue and eye.
Dr. Staines kissed her again, and then was for going to the first patient.