Mr. whitelaw had no reason to retract what he had said in his pride of heart about Ellen Carley's proficiency in the dairy.
I was looking for whitelaw Reid, and got into the wrong den.
Rain was falling heavily, but with whitelaw Reid as companion, Carleton rode the twenty-eight miles in two hours and a half.
Mr. whitelaw exhibited an unwonted liberality upon this occasion.
whitelaw Reid, the President of the Club, occupied the chair.
It was the price that Mr. whitelaw had paid for his wife, and he meant to pay no more.
Knox speaks of whitelaw as a man who had often hazarded himself, and all he had, for the cause of God.
Mrs. whitelaw did not care to discuss the business with her husband.
Not very far away stands another beautiful country house, rented by Mr. and Mrs. whitelaw Reid when they were in England.
"Yes, that is a bad business, Mrs. whitelaw," Gilbert answered gravely.