He had used it only that morning, about half an hour earlier, in gay, bantering conversation with Miss Leavitt.
At times Leavitt could be as uncannily brilliant as he was dull and boresome.
Just that was most enough to turn my head, even if that branch of the family never did have much to do with the Leavitt side.
"I should not care to talk with Mr. Leavitt," Miss Stanleigh cut me short.
He says also that it was shown to Goodridge, who examined it in the same way that he and Leavitt examined it.
And, if you'll believe me, Mr. Leavitt not only had on the costume, but he had the lines too.
When Vallandigham applied for the writ, Judge Leavitt refused it on that ground.
Leavitt went into the bishop's court and got a decision against her.
Judge Leavitt's decision covered the cases of the four adult fugitives.
Leavitt says he looked at it, and saw writing on the back of it.