continuing his report; "for the style of work is first-rate."
"Wery pretty indeed, it is," remarked Duff in an under tone.
"There was two of 'em in it," continued Blathers, "and they had a boy with 'em; that's plain from the size of the window. That's all to be said at present. We'll see this lad that you've got up stairs at once, if you please."
"Perhaps they will take something to drink first, Mrs. Maylie?" said the doctor, his face brightening up as if some new thought had occurred to him.
"Oh! To be sure!" exclaimed Rose eagerly. "You shall have it immediately, if you will."
"Why, thank you miss!" said Blathers, drawing his coat-sleeve across his mouth: "it's dry work this sort of duty. Any thing that's handy, miss; don't put yourself out of the way on our accounts."
"What shall it be?" asked the doctor, following the young lady to the sideboard.
"A little drop of spirits, master, if it's all the same," replied Blathers. It's a cold ride from