Notes - (VERSO)
Nothing could give him greater pleasure than to
grant grant his dear cousin Margaret’s request – he only wished it involved more trouble on his part. Her little protege should have her musical education assuredly – she should go abroad next year — and he was de-lighted—
“Thank you,” said the Old Lady, cutting him short again. “I am much obliged to you – and I ask you not to let Miss Gray know anything of my interference. And I shall not take up any more of your valuable time. Good – afternoon.”
“Oh, you mustn’t go so soon,” he said, with some real kindness or clannishness permeating the
From "Old Lady Lloyd."