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His Grace is not in the habit of posting letters himself," said he.
I think, your Grace, that I could speak more freely in Mr.
The fact is, your Grace," said he, "that my colleague, Dr.
His Grace sat very stern and upright in his chair and looked stonily at my friend.
And now, your Grace, I'll trouble you for that check.
I fear, your Grace, that matters can hardly be arranged so easily.
I must take the view, your Grace, that when a man embarks upon a crime, he is morally guilty of any other crime which may spring from it.
I am disposed to help your Grace to the best of my ability, but, in order to do so, I must understand to the last detail how the matter stands.
Your Grace can hardly have heard of any small reputation which I possess, or you would not imagine that it is so easy to escape me.
I confess that this is entirely new to me, your Grace.
In the first place, your Grace, I am bound to tell you that you have placed yourself in a most serious position in the eyes of the law.
Lady Grace bent towards Sir Charles, who was sitting by her side.
Penelope and Lady Grace were certainly admirable foils.
Grace rose impulsively, and drawing her chair after her, approached the nurse.
Grace called to mind the hesitation that she had shown when she had mentioned her name, and drew a new conclusion from it.