"Certainly; he is your pony," said Rosamund. "You have every right to drive him."
"Mother told me that before, but somehow I never believed it. Of course, I have never been at school before."
"But I think I shall," said Rosamund calmly. "You know," she added, "Irene is not what she was."
But Jane was a girl of no very special characteristics; she leant on Rosamund, admiring her far more vivacious ways and appearance, glad to be in her society, and somewhat indifferent to every one else in the wide world.
"We're none of us safe!" quoth the cook. "It's best to give notice."