Dr. Gilly was greatly interested by the reading of this letter.
We girls want to take our turn in watching, as well as the boys, Gilly!
Wasn't it too funny for anything,—the way we led Gilly about by the nose?
I can't feel uneasy, for I am certain he will bring us news of Gilly.
What can you want to say to me, Gilly—Is it any thing very particular?
"That's my Gilly," said Mrs. Rushmere, half rising from her chair.
It's only just your envy of Gilly's rich wife, that makes you saucy to me.
If so be, I have to keep her, Gilly must set her to work, an' the old mother likewise.
He got no further, for Gilly hauled off and hit him succinctly in the nose.
Gilly interrupted this sentence by rising and walking up to Samuel.