General Symons undertook to remain in the district for another month.
We begin to suspect that Mr. Symons exhausted himself at Notting Hill.
Fortunate that Symons had to hurry off to South America for that commission, wasn't it?
Mr. Symons says that these three lumps were upon the ground "in the first place."
Symons was to spend the night and next day ashore, waiting for the Southampton boat.
He reminds us of Mr. Symons, and "the man" who "considered" that he saw something.
Symons' shoe got to annoying him again, and his spirits began to droop.
"Miss Symons asked me to give you this box," said the nurse.
Its approach from the west had beyond doubt made General Symons's task easier, and success more certain.
Every one talked of Symons, of his energy, of his jokes, of his enthusiasm.