"Wrong with him? In what way, Edina?"
"With his health. In the last few weeks he seems to have changed so very much: sometimes he seems quite like a broken-down old man. Don't you see that he is ill, Frank?"
"Yes, I am sure he is," replied Frank, readily. "But I don't know what can be the matter with him."
"It seems to me that he wants rest."
"He has more rest than he used to have, Edina; I save him all I can. There are some crotchety old patients who will have him, you know."
"I hope it is nothing serious! Do you think he will soon be better?"
Frank touched the horse with the whip: which perhaps made his excuse for not answering. "Had Uncle Hugh been in his usual health, I should have left him before this," he observed. "But I want to see him stronger first. He might chance to get some fellow in