"We shall look forward to hearing your story to-morrow," said the reed-warbler.
The path of invasion of Oceania by the reed-warbler is pictured in figure 15.
"Stop your chattering, Goody Cray-Fish," said the reed-warbler.
But Mrs. reed-warbler fainted on her five eggs and the carp swam on with his sad, weary face.
"I should be sorry to be found lacking in respect for you, Mr. reed-warbler," said the cray-fish.
"You're talking rather thoughtlessly, my good Eel," said the reed-warbler.
"I shall faint in a minute," said Mrs. reed-warbler; and she did.
"Indeed, you do your friends an injustice," said the reed-warbler.
Little Mrs. reed-warbler's babies were now expected any day.
"That comes of having too many hind-legs," said the reed-warbler.