In the Langtry case, however, there must have been operative also a telepathic factor.
On his chimney-piece he had photographs of Mrs. Langtry and Mary Anderson.
No one was ever more misused in this respect than your own Oscar Wilde, unless it was Mrs. Langtry.
Mrs. Langtry's Lady Macbeth should be relegated to things which amuse.
Mrs. Langtry's effort is a painstaking one, but the effort is too apparent.
Course, I ain't Mrs. Langtry, but you got to draw the line somewhurs, hain't you?
Pa went to the Langtry show, and did not get home till eleven o'clock, and me and my chum decided to teach Pa a lesson.
Going up in the elevator of the hotel one day, we met Mrs. Langtry.
Doctor Langtry bowed with an air of obvious relief, bade her good night, and left the house.
With his hand on the knob of the door, Doctor Langtry again paused irresolutely.