Leaving Ebenezer to put on the coffeepot and take up his duties as day nurse, Ellery walked off along the beach.
"Don't let it worry you, Mr. Ellery," observed Keziah calmly.
“Most things have both causes and effects,” Ellery retorted, ruffled.
"I—I'm afraid I was too hasty," observed Mr. Ellery thoughtfully.
S'pose I'll ever get this house fit for Mr. Ellery to live in before he comes?
As I told you before, Mr. Ellery, I'm not ashamed of my uncle.
Ellery thought of the meals at his city boarding house and shuddered.
Within was another addressed, in Grace's handwriting, to Mr. Ellery.
Mr. Ellery went upon the common danger of altering the constitution, and frightened the people with the loss of liberty.
Ellery made some sort of an answer, but he could not have told what it was.