y Parkinson, with her husband, tall John Parkinson, the cabinet-maker, a brave, strong, and kindly fellow.
There were also my cousins Teddy and Kate, and Gerard, Morris, and others.
Cousin Mary was an independent young woman, and, like all women conscious of good looks, sure of her position in a small circle; but, important asarely sufficed for the week's wants.
During the first few days I did little more than tramp through the streets of Liverpool from Everton to the Docks, with Teddy Morris, aged 12, as a guide, who showed me the wonders of the city with the air of an important shareholder glorying in his happy investments.
The spirit of his fathhe gentleman took out his spotless kerchief and affected to dust the chair before placing it before his visitor, and anxiously inquired about the health of good Mrs. Morris and her divine children.
When he came finally to touch upon my affairs, I was rendered quite emotional with pride by the compliments he showered upon me.