"No," replied Edina. "Excepting the one fact that she did not make a second will. There were doubts upon the point, you know."
"Uncle Francis never entertained any doubt about it, Edina; and he was the best judge, I think, of what his sister would or would not do. I am very glad, though, for his and Charley's sake."
"For all their sakes," added Edina.
"I rather wonder we have not heard from him," resumed Frank. "The funeral took place three or four days ago."
"You were not able to go to it, papa?" said Edina.
"No, child. Neither could Frank be spared. It would have taken three days, you see, to go and return comfortably."
Rising from the tea-table as soon as he could make a decent excuse for it, for he had no business calls on his time this evening, Frank set off on his usual walk to The