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Miss Lavish has led your cousin astray. ” “Miss Lavish is so original,” murmured Lucy. This was a stock remark, the supreme achievement of the Pension Bertolini in the way of definition. Miss Lavish was so original. Mr. Beebe had his doubts, but they would have been put down to clerical narrowness. For that, and for other reasons, he held his peace. ” “It will be a novel,” replied Mr. Beebe, “dealing with modern Italy. ” “I wish Miss Lavish would tell me herself. We started such friends. But I don’t think she ought to have run away with Baedeker that morning in Santa Croce.
Beebe—old Mr. Emerson, is he nice or not nice? ” Mr. Beebe laughed and suggested that she should settle the question for herself. “No; but it is so difficult. Sometimes he is so silly, and then I do not mind him. Miss Alan, what do you think? ” The little old lady shook her head, and sighed disapprovingly. Mr. Beebe, whom the conversation amused, stirred her up by saying: German amused: amüsiert, amüsierte, amüsierten, amüsiertest, amüsiertet, belustigtest, belustigten, belustigtet, belustigt, belustigte, unterhalten.
Too late to go out,” said Miss Alan in a voice of relief. ” “I think I shall go out,” said Lucy. ” Her two companions looked grave. Mr. Beebe, who felt responsible for her in the absence of Miss Bartlett, ventured to say: “I wish we could. Unluckily I have letters. ” “Italians, dear, you know,” said Miss Alan. ” But they still looked disapproval, and she so far conceded to Mr. Beebe as to say that she would only go for a little walk, and keep to the street frequented by tourists. “She oughtn’t really to go at all,” said Mr.