telfer gave it her back without looking at her, and turned round to an Austrian with his usual impassive air.
"It's not so easy as it seems, Mr. Hewitt," telfer answered, shaking his head.
The boy, sitting upon the grassy bank beside telfer, began thinking of life in Caxton.
Naturally telfer did not pay to Elliot: he paid to Buccleuch, if to any one.
The carriage is certainly two or three minutes before its time, Mr. telfer.
telfer would pound on the side of the building with his cane and roar with laughter.
We now take the Scott version where telfer has arrived at Branksome.
telfer stopped and stood in the road with his legs spread apart.
He thought that she, as telfer held, lived in a world of illusion and unreality and said so.
It concerned a picture he and telfer had made of the ideal scholar.