Wemyss is a lucky fellow, and will, I hope, do credit to his luck.
The man was, I understand, a guest in the house of Mr. Wemyss.
She sat down in one of the immense chairs, and had the disagreeable sensation that she was sitting down in Wemyss hollowed out.
All that day and all the next day Wemyss was Lucy's tower of strength and rock of refuge.
Wemyss, who made his plans first and talked about them afterwards, hadn't mentioned Christmas even to Lucy.
Wemyss, who had done everything and been everything, disappeared in this crowd.
Wemyss was very indignant, but he was also very desirous of bridge.
Sudden and violent was Wemyss's reaction, let loose by the parlourmaid's story.
The Earl of Wemyss has an early version in repoussé silver of high technical merit.
I'm nothing without you,' said Wemyss; and his eyes, as he searched hers, were full of tears.