"Carol, see and get an ass to put these kishes on," said Ussher.
"Which is its own reward, and generally doesn't get it," laughed Carol, colouring slightly.
"I think you're quite wrong there, Carol," said Dora, interrupting her.
"I don't think there is much misunderstanding, Carol," said Dora.
I promised Carol that I should not say anything about it until she was out of England.
Miss Carol said this with a distinct note of defiance in her voice.
Miss Carol got up too, and as she took it she saw that his hand was trembling.
"Carol does not know for certain who her father is," said Sir Arthur.
When Carol and Dora returned from their ride Dora found a letter waiting for her.
I remember nothing about her, and as for Carol, she is a good girl whatever else she may be.