St. Clair marches, Wayne marches, Irving follows with his regiment.
One morning she awoke with the conviction that there was a letter for her at St. Clair.
Now Mr. St. Clair thought it would be a pleasant thing to go to mill, and asked if he might go in the place of Mr. Stimpcett.
It had been thought best for the bride to go to St. Clair by sea.
Mrs. St. Clair, who was not to be in the party, inspected each girl with motherly interest before the start.
She knew it before St. Clair was conscious of it, and poor Jamie knew it when she did.
Sherburne was his neat and orderly self again and St. Clair was fully his equal.
For it was St. Clair who had sulked and refused to stay in Boston.
It was two miles to St. Clair, but Denas walked there very rapidly.
There was talk even of sending a round-robin to Mrs. St. Clair.