90 cousin Helen's visit,
Brighton a delightful place ? Were you not very glad to come ?"
" Poor Helen !" said Mr. Ashton, " you will not give her time to answer one question, before you put another." Helens merry face showed that she was not very sorry about any thing just now.
" I am afraid," she said, " papa and mamma would tell you, that I am too fond of romping still."
" So much the better," Lewis said : he was very glad Helen did not love playing with dolls, except it was the sport of giving them a sail in the brook, which ran at the end of his uncle's garden.
Helen had no brothers and sisters of her own ; but she had spent many happy hours with her cousins, when