There are few objects that the enlightened mind of Sir Uvedale has not remarked.
What were Uvedale's relations, his real relations, with Bella?
True, Uvedale had said to him, "Feeling a bit chippy, old chap?"
Uvedale, when all was said and done, was an adventurer, living on his wits.
The grounds were laid out by Uvedale Price, Esq. a celebrated person in the annals of picturesque gardening.
There was a great, almost a ludicrous, contrast between Uvedale and Joliffe.
Yesterday he would have said Uvedale and Joliffe were his closest pals.
Sir Uvedale, about fifty years ago, translated Pausanias from the Greek.
Joliffe had gone so far as to say something—not exactly disagreeable, but condemnatory—of Uvedale's city connections, to Germaine.