Mr. Waddington's commercial enterprises had not caused him to live in London, though he had been required to be there frequently.
We managed better in the desert, did we not, Miss Waddington?
Waddington looks upon the whole affair as a simple manœvre of the Khedive to upset the new system of government.
Perhaps Miss Waddington was not free from all blame in the matter.
We likewise baptized several in the town of Waddington and Downham.
Had Waddington lived, he would have been the heir, doubtless.
This he refused to give; but he offered to Mr. Waddington occupation by which an income could be earned.
I own that I am surprised now that Miss Waddington should wish to delay the marriage.
Miss Waddington felt that it behoved her to look to her character.
“Miss Waddington is wanted at the telephone,” she announced.