I think, Mr. Wallingford,” said Mr. Squinch, “I think that we will accept your offer of two shares of stock each for our list.
He informs us that there was a pillory at Wallingford in 1231, and probably earlier.
"Step in," said Wallingford calmly, and led the way to the library.
Certainly—amongst some people—Mr. Wallingford was not at all popular.
The Judge spoke in a half—absent way, and with a shade of regret in his tones; Wallingford noted this with a feeling of concern.
"You're Wallingford's next of kin," said the solicitor laconically.
"I'm not drawing any salary for it," replied Wallingford, and Lamb halted his anger with a sickened feeling.
Dr. Wellesley thought I had thrown him over for Mr. Wallingford.
Once or twice I saw him dart malignant glances towards Mr. Wallingford.
Well, all three believed that Wallingford could be bought off.