The Ffolliots of Redmarley
"My brother's altogether out of the common run," Miss Gallup remarked, rather huffily. She might deplore his politics herself--when she was some distance away from him--but no one else should presume to find fault. "He may be mistaken in his views--I think he is mistaken--but that don't alter the fact that he's a very successful man: a solid man, well thought of in Marlehouse, I can tell you."
"Dada says," Eloquent broke in, "that he's successful because of his views."
"Well, to be sure," exclaimed the housekeeper in astonishment, "who'd have thought the child could understand."
"The child," groaned