Mr. Y. set off after church to go back to Simla for his wifes accouchement.
Either that I was mad or drunk, or that Simla was haunted with devils.
My medicines cured one of a flux, and I go into Simla to oversee his recovery.
Then Simla laughed, for Wressley in love was slightly ridiculous.
A house was engaged at Simla for the season, and there she passed the greater part of the hot months.
The place is something like the Gaiety Theatre at Simla, enlarged twenty times.
The ladies of his family were absent in Simla; but his sons were with him.
It is quite possible that he may have been the scoundrel, whoever he was, who took her away from Simla.
Twelve years after their marriage Veronica was born at Simla, and the coming and going ceased for three years.
The General has the intention to send a detachment to Simla.