These are known in this country as basswood or white-wood; in Europe they are called Lime Trees.
"But I am so thankful that no one was hurt," broke in Mrs. basswood.
Then came the other boys, and Mr. and Mrs. basswood and Dunston Porter.
Mr. basswood departed for Carpen Falls in the middle of the forenoon.
Currency consisted of old guns, town lots, basswood lumber, etc.
"Ben was ahead, but I think Roger is up to him," announced Mrs. basswood.
If soft woods are used, red gum and basswood make an agreeable contrast in colour.
A little later Mrs. Wadsworth and Mrs. basswood joined the group.
This is the product of the linden or basswood, of all the trees in our forest the one most beloved by the bees.
"Yes, they caught him in a pawnbroker's shop," said Mr. basswood.