The men were up early, but Mrs. caird saw that Ian had spent a sleepless night.
And see Mary and all the lave have their hands as black as a caird's.'
He made Mrs. caird think of Donald, and she blessed him as he passed.
Mr. caird gave me a striking instance of such a case in Scotland.
Mrs. caird watched the proceeding, but she made no remark, and when the carrier came to take them away she was equally silent.
Mrs. caird looked at her and was not quite pleased with her attitude.
There was no offense in that—Mrs. caird both understood and sympathized with the movement.
He had Marion's hand in his, and Mrs. caird was but a few steps behind.
caird wrote also an excellent study of Spinoza, in which he showed the latent Hegelianism of the great Jewish philosopher.
But Mrs. caird read his story as clearly as if he had put it into words.