In a short time I shall have a daughter married. Mrs.
Miss Lydia is going to be married; and you shall all have a bowl of punch to make merry at her wedding."
But she can make him keep her if he's married her?"
"D'ye think he really have married her?--or is it like the first "
I know who you mean,' observed the married lady, nodding her head.
'I've met him,' said the married lady, with a glance towards Dr Lumbey.
Yes, I am married
. My husband COMMANDS me to seek the HUMBLE HOME which we call ours.
He likes Nettie Blewett pretty well, too, and mother would rather he married
her than any one.
"Yes," said he, "they were married
last week, and are now at Dawlish."
You should have seen the foreign missionary Priscilla married
. He was as handsome and inscrutable as those daydreams we once planned to marry ourselves, Diana; he was the best dressed man I ever met, and he raved over Priscilla's
"As things are, I don't know that I am married
. All I know, unless you enlighten me, is that your son has married
me under a name that is not his own.
Indeed, if I were ever to get married
, I am at a loss to know which way I should choose,--George Muncaster's way or the old merry fashion, with the rice and the old shoes and the orange-blossom.