"I am Mrs. Scarsdale, Lady Diana's great-niece," she said quietly.
"Well, we will pass that point," his great-niece relented again.
"The viscountess is the admiral's great-niece," replied Camille.
Well, since he calls me his great-niece, I suppose he is my grand-uncle.
“There, there,” Aunt Betty responded, as she put her arm about the shoulder of her great-niece.
That girl, Saga, is great-niece to Nam, and you are besotted with her.
And again Lord Dennis fixed his shrewd glance on his great-niece.
And so why had he imagined that she would prove to be the great-niece of Prudence Ball?
He had escaped that time, and wrote the brief note to his great-niece, Ann Ball—how familiar the name looked!
They both hoped their great-niece would be diligent, and prove a worthy pupil.