They all went by the board in one batch, and took away from the senora in a day the greater part of her best pasture-lands.
"Their revolutions, their revolutions," gasped senora Teresa.
The words had but just passed her lips, at that dreadful moment when the senora appeared in their presence.
The senora had given into her charge the girls belonging to that Italian posadero.
The Jew's ducats are very heavy, and the bag containing them rather larger than a senora's night-cap.'
"Come, it is not so serious as all that, senora," said the Penitentiary.
"Many pardons, senora," said the Stranger, halting a little before he came abreast of the stairway and lifting his hat.
Indeed, some of the junta who do not frequent the house of the senora have remarked it.
The senora did not come down; but Isabel and Luis and the doctor joined the breakfast party.
I fear that the hold of senora Mendez is somehow or other concerned with it all.