Lewes, Delaware—The whispers about Dr. Earl Bradley started years ago in this sleepy fishing village of 3,000.
The next day Mrs. Whitney and Reuben moved, with all their belongings, to Lewes.
"Books about words," he commanded, and pointed at Challis and Lewes.
Mrs. Lewes has made people read novels who perhaps never read fiction from any other pen.
"I wish he'd answer questions," Challis remarked to Lewes, later.
I read your touching story aloud yesterday to Mr. Lewes, and we both cried over it.
Challis and Lewes went out in the afternoon, and left the child deep in study.
Lewes is a popular meeting, and there are several races for gentlemen riders.
"Apparently the Stott infant has had enough of it," suggested Lewes.
She then, but with gaiety and good humour, enquired whether or not the stranger would return to Lewes.