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And yet you've overlooked the crowning proof of it," Villa Kennan teased.
Then he's the sole survivor of the Arangi," Villa Kennan concluded.
My brother noticed a pale grey smoke or haze rising among the houses in front of them, and veiling the white facade of a terrace beyond the road that appeared between the backs of the villas.
So much as they could see of the road Londonward between the houses to the right was a tumultuous stream of dirty, hurrying people, pent in between the villas on either side; the black heads, the crowded forms, grew into distinct- ness as they rushed towards the corner, hurried past, and merged their individuality again in a receding multitude that was swallowed up at last in a cloud of dust.
The carts and carriages crowded close upon one another, making little way for those swifter and more impatient vehi- cles that darted forward every now and then when an opportunity showed itself of doing so, sending the people scattering against the fences and gates of the villas.
He thanked the secretary in the same dreamy, absent manner in which he had thanked the owner of the villa, and went into his dressing-room.
At this date, of the persons concerned in the tragedy of twelve years since at the Hampstead villa, three were dead; and one was self-exiled in a foreign land.
Here it was a furious torrent, quite impassable, and appeared larger than in the low country, as was the case with the rivulet of Villa Vicencio.
We left the valley of the Aconcagua, by which we had descended, and reached in the evening a cottage near the Villa del St.
Cissie" was the name of one of these villas, "Albert" of the other.
Sir Harry sighed, and looked at the villas mournfully.
He built his villas according to his desire; and not until he had inserted an immovable aunt into one of them did Sir Harry buy.