to suggest this atmosphere to which he was appointed as
They sat on tenter-hooks and thought he never would go. He did go at last, and then the Klosking and Ashmead came together like two magnets.
"All right! Letter to post. Saw address quite plain--Edward Severne, Esq."
Ina, who was standing all on fire, now sat down and interlaced her hands. "Vizard!" said she, gloomily.
"Yes; Vizard Court," said Ashmead, triumphantly; "that means he is a large landed proprietor, and you will easily find him if he is there in a month."
"He will be there," said Ina. "She is very beautiful. She is dark, too, and he loves change. Oh, if to all I have suffered he adds _that_--"
"Then you will forgive him _that,"_ said Ashmead, shaking his head.
"Never. Look at me, Joseph Ashmead."