with his people, he thought, if things went on well here."
"I say, why do you keep that street-door open?"
"I don't know," answered Frank. "From habit, I suppose. Brown used to keep it open, and I have done the same. I like it so. It gives a little liveliness to the place."
"People may take the place for a shop, and come in."
"Some have done so," laughed Frank. "It was a chemist's shop before Brown took to it. I tell them it is only a surgery now."
"When do you expect Daisy?" asked Charles, after a pause.
"I shall snatch a moment at dusk to fetch her," added Frank. "Mrs. Townley is going into Cornwall on a visit to The Mount, and Daisy comes home."