Lt. Col. Toland sent Lance Cpl. Williams to the roof of a nearby house to work the radio.
But let it not be imagined that Toland affected to be considered as no Christian, or avowed himself as a Republican.
Toland has written on the subject and left us very little the wiser.
And if Miss Toland takes me abroad with her next year, why, it'll mean more to me than any marriage could, don't you see that?
Miss Toland presently drifted into the study for some letter writing.
"Your geese are all swans, Sanna," Mrs. Toland said, with a tolerant smile.
Will you tell Mrs. Toland that I had to take the two o'clock boat?
However, Emeline had very wisely decided to make the best of the situation, and treated Miss Toland with stiff politeness.
Miss Toland gave her a quick approving glance, but said nothing.
It contains five letters, the first three of which are by Toland, the other two and the preface by Holbach and Naigeon.