Hibbert had his finger on the public pulse of Hornham in a measure that Father Blantyre himself could hardly achieve.
Blantyre kneeled down and called her name: there was no sound.
Blantyre was founded in 1876 by Scottish missionaries, and is named after the birthplace of David Livingstone.
Father Blantyre leaned over the rail and talked to his people.
Lucy noticed—no one else did—that Mr. Carr flushed a little and started as Blantyre finished speaking.
Of Blantyre and the people at St. Elwyn's he knew little or nothing.
The gardeners have a large tract under cultivation, and Blantyre is evidently to become the centre of a large population.
Blantyre seemed to be explaining something to the new-comers.
It lies away to the east, and is bounded by a range of mountains whose lofty summits are visible from the hills round Blantyre.
I trust you as a brother now, Blantyre, I am learning every day.