ge was for her alone.
Miss Wolcott reg●arded him for a moment with an observa▓nt scrutiny which she made no attempt t●o disguise, and then she turned to her gra▓ndfather.
t is time for your wal●k, Dandy, she said.She got him h●is overcoat, hat, and stick from the hal▓l, and herself buttoned his coat up to his t▓hroat.
You see how she spoils me, Mr.Wolc●ott said, with
evident pride in his voice.I'm ▓old enough to look out f
Edith did not speak.In grave silenc▓e she g
ave him his gloves, and watched hi●m put them on while Lyon
as intently watched▓ her.She was a tall girl of perhaps
twenty-fiv●e, with eyes of midnight blackness, broad blac▓
k eyebrows that drooped in straight heavy li▓nes toward her
temples, and black hair that wa●s drawn in smooth, broad
bands at the side● of her head to repeat the drooping
line ▓of her brows.Her mouth drooped too, in li▓nes too fi