As soon as this edifying chapter was ended, Mr. Effingham commenced the solemn rites for the dead.
"In doing which, I fear, you will concede all the merits," said Mr. Effingham.
But he used a match instead, while Mrs. Effingham watched him apprehensively.
He then turned to the ladies and Mr. Effingham, and repeated his salutations.
A celebrated diamond, in the possession of the emperor of Russia, is denominated the Effingham or Russian diamond.
It happened that the owner of the ship, Mr. Effingham, was on board.
"We ought then to send for her," resumed Mr. Effingham, again reaching towards the bell.
The Washington and the Effingham were burned by the British in 1778.
The door swung to, and I could hear Effingham's carpet slippers padding softly away.
As Wyeth saw Effingham, he observed that it lay very differently from Attalia.