Mrs. Wayne, I want you to tell me something frankly--" "Oh, I'm so terrible when I'm frank," she said.
Then"--frankly--"you have just found me out."
Prince.--Frankly speaking, it is not I who keep him--it is he who keeps me.
"Didn't," responded Luke frankly--"except for the dancing.
And as regards the little orphan, I will tell you frankly"--here he went back to his seat upon the flat stone, and settled himself with an air of great comfort beside his partner--"I tell you, in confidence, Angelique demands that I prepare a particular furniture at the new house.
You know, Carroll"--and Leverage smiled frankly--"I'm always makin' these fine suggestions an' pullin' good stunts, an' never knowin' whether they're good or not until somebody tells me."
Illustration: FACSIMILE OF LINES DESCRIBING THE FRANKLYN.
By the new law?--Frankly, he could not advise a client to incur any more expense.
George.--Frankly speaking, as I do not know what will become of me, and whether in an hour I shall be alive or not, I came to have one more look at her.
What is more, the select aristocrats and monarchists are the least bold in acting frankly, and in saying openly what they think; leaving that office to be discharged, as it ever will be, by the men who--true democrats, and not canting democrats--willing to give the people just as much control as they know how to use, or which circumstances will allow them to use beneficially to themselves, do not hesitate to speak with the candour and manliness of their principles.
Leon.--Frankly speaking, it will be a little difficult, still.