"Now, I know you have some one there."
"Hugh," she said, "I'll never be too grand to take notice of you if you turn out the sort of boy I expect you to be."
"But you are a good deal beside me. It is true you are small; but how old are you?"
"Are you indeed?" cried Jane. "Then may I come with you? I shan't be a bit sleepy if I am walking out in the moonlight. But I thought¡ª¡ªHowever, I suppose rules don't begin to-day."
"No, I'm not solemn exactly; but I want to have other friends. Will you get out, and may I talk to you?"