Even on the mind of Phillida, as she now listened to Mrs. Frankland, the accessories made a difference.
Mr. Frankland had written home the most glowing account of the scenery.
Old Frankland was busy in his little garden, when he heard the voices of his children, who were coming towards him.
The words here written are poor beside what Mrs. Frankland said.
Mrs. Frankland said this with persuasive plaintiveness of tone.
And who shall say that Mrs. Frankland's missionary impulse was not a true one?
The new landlord came into the country; and a few days after his arrival, old Frankland went to wait upon him.
Charley, I do wish you could have heard Mrs. Frankland's talk to-day.
I really am sorry for you, Mr. Frankland; very sorry, extremely sorry.
Mrs. Frankland, I wanted to speak to you about Miss Callender.