Torrington, with philosophical calm, endeavoured to reassure him, but he was not to be appeased.
She gave an address near Torrington Square and Paul got in beside her.
The omission was now repaired; and he was created Earl of Torrington.
Torrington's was founded for gentlemen, and we don't mean to have cads here.
"Willingly," replied Miss Torrington, drawing the paper from her pocket.
He says it's low and vulgar, and not fit for a school like Torrington's.'
But there is a higher courage of which Torrington was wholly destitute.
We must be friends, you know, and I hope to come back to Torrington's with you by-and by.'
I don't think he ever saw a fives court until he came to Torrington's; and I do like a good game at fives.'
There seems to be no ground for charging Torrington with disaffection.