at once, but for one thing."
"What sort of move?"
"Leaving Trennach. The reason I have not done so, is this, Daisy. In speaking again the other morning to my uncle, telling him that I must go to London, he made no further opposition to it: only, he begged me to remain with him until Edina returned——"
"Where is she going?" interrupted Daisy.
"To Bath. On a week or ten days' visit to Major and Mrs. Raynor. Daisy, I should not like to leave my uncle alone; he is not well enough to be left; and therefore I will stay as he wishes. But as soon as Edina is back again, I will go to London, and see about our future home."
"Yes," said Daisy. "Yes."
She spoke rather absently. Indeed, in spite of the first emotion, she appeared to be less lively than usual; more preoccupied. The fact was, she wanted to ask Frank a question or two, and did not know how to do