Mrs. Greenough was delighted to see me, and treated me like a son.
Mrs. Greenough replied, "That is just what I was about to say, Sir," and went on with her testimony.
Greenough could not make a good one; nor Crawford, nor Gibson.
Is there any wrong, you dear Greenough, you would forgive where a woman is concerned?
Mr. Greenough, having been employed upon the work for several years at Florence, completed it some months ago.
"I didn't think of taking a boy to board," said Mrs. Greenough.
Last evening visited Mrs. Greenough, wife of the celebrated sculptor.
"I shall be very glad to help you, Mrs. Greenough," I added.
Mr. Blake and Mr. Greenough think that he has exhausted the subject, and that his arguments cannot be controverted.
Mrs. Greenough's curiosity was excited, and I told her all I knew about my past history.