Brewster includes two letters in the appendices that will bring a tear to your eyes.
Mrs. Brewster, after a quiet inquiry regarding her health, had been less enthusiastic in her welcome.
Miss Brewster insisted that Wentworth should light his cigar, which, after some persuasion, he did.
Mr. Brewster had assured them that their mother should be taken into his family, and guarded well during their absence.
If this account was slightly exaggerated, Miss Brewster had no time to tone it down.
"Probably a dun from Brewster," said Mr. Clark discouragingly.
Miss Brewster made her way to the captain's room and rapped at the door.
In Brewster's trunk everything was found in the perfect order which had marked all his ways.
It's a wonder it didn't tell how far it is from Brewster's Centre to Paris.
"I suppose they hired those horses from Oak Creek," ventured Mrs. Brewster.