"And this was the house," stalky changed from a pecking, fluttering voice to tragic earnestness.
stalky often visits the Infant, and has seen some odd things.
Crusoe, at sight of the footprint, did not act more swiftly than stalky.
stalky asked him how much leave he had, and he said "Six months."
stalky, in an upper form-room, had gathered himself allies against vengeance.
stalky was sitting bolt upright in bed, with his eyes round as quarters.
But stalky and his allies had long out-lived these manifestations of youth.
stalky put his chin on his hands and regarded the victim with deep delight.
"Poachers simly," stalky replied in the broad Devon that was the boy's langue de guerre.
"'Take not out your 'ounds on a werry windy day,'" stalky struck in.