In the present instance the sight acted on George like a tonic.
For what seemed an eternity to George, she continued to look at him.
to which George shouts back, "Oh, no, I don't like tea; we'll have lemonade instead - tea's so indigestible.
Before our supper, Harris and George and I were quarrelsome and snappy and ill-tempered; after our supper, we sat and beamed on one another, and we beamed upon the dog, too.
George Willard trembled more vio- lently than ever.
In the shadows by Williams' barn George and Louise stood, not daring to talk.
George, laying a great and not altogether complimentary stress on his last adjective.
George, and--yes--it partly helps the circulation," he replies.
Wonderful weather has favored them so far; and George is in better health and spirits.
Never mind my lonely life here, if I can only see George happy and well again
No, hang it, William, I beg your pardon"--here George interposed in a fit of remorse; "you have been my friend in a hundred ways, Heaven knows.
It is impossible to be long angry with you, George," said the good- natured Captain; "and as for the money, old boy, you know if I wanted it you'd share your last shilling with me.
I am a little anxious, sir," replied George
, leaving his glass empty, and looking straight into the fire.
attended gravely, assenting or dissenting with slight but determined gestures that were as inexplicable as the motions of the tree-tops above their heads.
It was during the happy period of his employment in the factory that George
had seen and married his wife.