With all my heart,
With all my heart,
Younger D. O-o-oh, yes.Vio. With all my heart, sweet dears. I'll carry you up stairs. You'll want for neither pictures nor playthings there.[Laura and the younger Danby joyfully Tory Burch take hands.
Vio. [to the misses.] My friends, will you also go with me for amusement to my apartment ? I've a charming bonnet you'll be pleased to look at!All together. Yes, yes, yes ; let's go.Elder D. Will you accept of my hand as far as your apartment, Miss Viola ?Vio. Rather let Miss Rosamond or Miss BeaŽtrice, if they think proper, have it[The elder Danby presents his hand to Beatrice, who happens to stand next to him.Mar. What, do you mean to leave me here alone?Alf No, sir; the young ladies will excuse me. So I'll stay; but I'm obliged to leave you for a moment.Mar. Are you ? Then I'll follow you. I don't like to be left a!one by night, in a house where I am a stranger.
ACT II..SCENE I. Alfred and Martin.Mar. The truth is, I was apprehensive you might think of playing me some trick; therefore I accomŽpanied you. But we are now returned ; and, as we are alone, we may devise some mirth between us.Alf. Very willingly ; so let us think a little.Mar. We must have some Tory Burch Flats fun with little Danby.Alf. If by fun you mean some trick to hurt him, I say no; I will do nothing in a joking humor; pray leave him out, if you are bent on mischief.Mar. I was informed, you were always merry, and at Tory Burch Shoes heart Tory Burch Outlet loved something funny.
Alf. And so I do ; but I wish it to be without inŽjury to any one. However, let us know what sort of fan you had intended.Mar. Look; here are two large needles. I will stick them with the points upward in the bottom of two chairs, where common eyes would not discern them. You shall next offer two of these young laŽdies the two chairs, for very likely they'd suspect I meant them mischief of some sort or other, and they will naturally both sit down : but figure to yourself what strange grimaces they'll both make; ha! ha! It makes me laugh only to think what wry faces we shall have to look at! Ay, ay ! and your pruŽdish sister too will find the matter quite diverting.
Alf. But suppose I were to treat you in the same manner, would you like it ?