Throughout the siege, Mrs. Damant, and Mrs. cawley had displayed much heroism.
Mrs. cawley was the widow of a Principal of Brasenose College, and is said to have been a stiff-mannered person.
cawley had thrown his arms about the struggling, drunken assailant—Jock's poaching friend.
Such a proposition was more than a tempting one, and cawley gave the matter his attention.
When cawley had gone, Gaston turned to the other gentlemen present.
cawley, too, saw that the Lyme Packet had been observed, and began to make preparations accordingly.
In the letter I begged Mr. cawley to hold out to the last as I was marching to his assistance.
All this made me very anxious, as the men said that Mr. cawley was treating for a safe passage to Samagudting.
I then saw the poor widowed Mrs. Damant, and Mrs. cawley who had behaved nobly during the siege.
Mrs. cawley took charge of the women and children of the sepoys, and looked after them, keeping them in a sheltered spot.