"Good-bye - good-bye, Rosina!" cried Jack, giving one last violent wave to his handkerchief. And then he put it back in his pocket, because the crowd upon the deck of the departing Liner had now become a mere blur in the distance, and distant blurs seemed to his practical nature unworthy any further outlay of personal energy. "But oh!" he added, as he and Carter turned to quit the dock, "how the family are just agoing to revel in peace for these next few months! The Milennium! - well, I don't know!" "I do not see how you and your Uncle John ever came to let her go off all alone like that," Carter said, with a gloom that did not try to mask a terrible reproach; "she'll be so awfully liable to meet some foreigner over there and - and just marry him." He threw up his cane as he spoke, intending to rap on the boarding by which they were that instant passing.