He didn't look a bit like a preacher, and he said his name was Algernon.
Presently Sir Algernon ceased to kick, his struggles grew fainter.
Algernon was at liberty for a moment, and came over to the group.
And, handing his card to one of Sir Algernon's companions, he strode out of the hall.
Algernon Feverel treated his nephew with a sort of rough commiseration, as a young fellow who had run off the road.
“Yes, there can be no objection to your going,” answered Algernon.
Just then the storm which had overtaken Algernon and Harry burst above Texford.
A fit of coughing prevented Algernon from continuing his remarks.
Subsequent to this publication appeared a voluminous critical essay on his genius by Mr. Algernon Charles Swinburne.
“But I want to be satisfied that you never will marry him,” exclaimed Algernon.
masc. proper name, literally "with mustaches," from Old French als gernons, from a les "to the, with the" + gernon, variant of grenon "mustache," from Vulgar Latin *granonem, from a Germanic source (cf. Old English granu "mustache").