On such a day came Pike to the bank of Culm, with a loudly beating heart.
The men—the lime-burners—were not long gone, and the culm was still burning.
As for having him at Culm Rock, it was too preposterous a thought to be entertained for a moment.
You'll have a fine run down to Culm, and you must send me a line back by the skipper.
Uncle Richard was getting to be more of a mystery to him than Culm Rock had been.
Bress ye, honey, ye didn't 'spect to go back in de dark to Culm?
He trembled for fear Uncle Richard would forbid him to go to Culm again.
Time and patience would do something for these Culm children, after all, he thought.
Was he offended at what he had done and was doing for the Culm people?
The new teacher is at Culm, waiting for Dirk to come over with his trunks.