The speech referred to commercial policy in terms which the Hon. Mr. Villiers denounced as "vague and equivocal."
Villiers Wyckliffe, a young man of about 28 years of age, rose slowly.
Villiers Street is a clean and quiet thoroughfare, where people seem to walk sedately as though strolling through a graveyard.
All you know about Villiers Wyckliffe, and this power he is said to possess.
"I see that Mrs. White knows your hymn, Christie," said Mrs. Villiers.
She told me that her husband was at Warsaw, and that he was living with Villiers.
Villiers had started wildly from his chair, as Clarke fell back with a groan, and let the paper drop from his hands.
And where she was most needed young Mrs. Villiers was always ready to go.
But I well knew that there were some precious stones in the sand that Villiers sifted, and I lay in wait for these.
That was the name by which Villiers affected to like both of them to call him.