Mrs. Tiverton, coming in from an early walk, took Jack with her to the other side of the dining-room.
"It's a long time since we've seen you in Tiverton," he began.
And it did not seem as though he had had time on Christmas morning to show the book to anybody else before he went to Tiverton.
Still, Tiverton was glad to put the question by, for she had enough to do.
Tiverton Keep was still a mile away—a beautiful walk up a rocky glen, and then over the open fell.
Confused and turbulent as Tiverton had become, Nicholas Oldfield settled her at once.
On the second day after his seizure the priest came from Tiverton to administer the last rites.
We have accepted the stranger as we accept many things in Tiverton.
To Tiverton, the unfinished house continued to serve as an immortal joke, and Tom smiled as broadly as any.
The next afternoon, Tiverton saw a strange and wondrous sight.