But the vessel reached Vancouver the next day after Wyeth's own arrival, too late for any effective fishing that year.
This cousin—Mrs. Wyeth is her name—is a widow and she hasn't too much money.
The most notable event in its history was the battle which Wyeth recounts.
"Samuel, Mr. John Keith's son, is to dine with us," continued Mrs. Wyeth.
"I'm afraid Mr. Wyeth has said all I would liked to have said," he replied calmly.
"Perhaps he didn't expect to see me here, Mrs. Wyeth," she said.
And it was shortly after this, that Wyeth discovered that such a fortune could be superabundant.
Then, turning to Mrs. Wyeth, he asked: "May I call occasionally?"
All this, and more too, had not sufficient attractions to retain Mr. Wyeth in his native town and county.
Mrs. Wyeth's first remark, after entering, was concerning Sam's friend.