Wyndham nodded, and Paul understood too well what "gone" meant.
He'll get a second opinion, if necessary; and we've signalled the news to Wyndham in full.
This last subject was one of intense interest to young Wyndham.
The note of pain in Wyndham's voice made the other look at him questioningly.
Half an hour later, Mr. Wyndham re-appeared in the drawing-room, with a calm face that hid his secret guilt well.
Trivial details—but for Wyndham each was a jewel beyond price.
The captain went and begged for admission to Wyndham's cabin.
He faced Wyndham squarely now and a dull flush mounted to his temples.
He was rather angry with young Chisholm, because he was persuaded Wyndham had not seen the buoy.
The boy before him was Wyndham, one of the ringleaders on the other side.