Jean Sawyer had also witnessed this by-play and he felt a sense of great disappointment.
Captain Dawson showed less interest in this by-play than the others.
His father, never saying a word, sat there puffing at his pipe, watching silently all the by-play.
The others were too interested in what was going on before them to observe the by-play.
But the young man whom these glances mostly concerned, saw nothing of the by-play which was to influence his future.
None of this by-play was lost upon Laurence, but he showed no consciousness.
This might have been by-play; if so, it was successful; every countenance not sympathetic was serious.
The mother was too agitated to notice this by-play, but kept watch for her husband.
The lieutenant watched this by-play, full of sympathy 272 for the girl, but he was in a quandary.
The by-play seemed to him to be very suitable, and he bought a morning paper.