His men beheld them also, and called aloud that these were the ghosts of Cicely and Emlyn.
You wrong at least Mr. Emlyn, for it was he who first said to me, 'Lily Mordaunt is a poem.'
Stead had no answer to make to this banter, the very notion of Emlyn as aught but the orphan in his charge was new to him.
Good-day, Mr. Emlyn; we are just in sight of the garden gate.
"Let the mistress judge, not the maid," answered Emlyn in a steady voice.
And Emlyn as usual had touched the soft place in the heart of even a woodward.
"I had seen your Majesty with the army," replied Emlyn, modestly blushing a good deal.
"As if I wanted to remember it," said Emlyn, with her sweet smile.
Then Emlyn gave her name, and Sister Bridget's was written without question.
Emlyn's reply he could not hear, but he saw the twist of the shoulders.