"It's only your sense of the scrupulous," Collingwood replied.
On the 9th Nelson sent Collingwood what he called, in his dairy, the Nelson-touch.
Collingwood was a gentleman, like a great many more of the rankers in Kitchener's Army.
Then came the moment when Collingwood drove his men for all there was in them.
Aristocrat as she was, something low, vulgar, and malignantly mocking came out upon Lady Attwill's face as Collingwood said this.
On the 9th Nelson sent Collingwood what he called, in his diary, the Nelson-touch.
Collingwood had listened to this, but had also been moving slowly towards the door of the drawing-room.
Mr. Collingwood's Life of him has recently been issued at 2s.
Morse, the only Pythian to support Collingwood, was hopelessly out of it.
His note ran: "Dear Collingwood,—A friend in need is a friend indeed."