To his astonishment, Mrs. woffington bade the girl show the lady upstairs.
With him he brought woffington, a young Englishman, to drive the ambulance.
Mrs. woffington wrote above these words two more, "Alone and unprotected."
"I've only got petrol enough for one trip, and then home again," said woffington.
He applauded as if it had been the woffington or any other fair game.
This purchase was Pompey, Mrs. woffington's little black slave.
Mrs. woffington (his buckler from starvation) suspected him, and would distort every word that came from Mrs. Vane's lips.
"She is not much of a lady if she does not," cried Mrs. woffington.
Mrs. woffington withdrew her hand, as if a scorpion had touched her.
Do you suppose I did not know Mrs. woffington was to come to us to-day?