"I entertain no doubt of it," he said politely. "I am easy to suit, and I foresee that Frank and I will become intimate friends."
"He was very urgent to have you come. I am not quite sure whether it would have been safe for me to refuse."
"I hope he will be as urgent to have me stay. That will be a still higher compliment."
"Here is the room you are to occupy, Mr. Morton," said Mrs. Frost, opening a door at the head of the front stairs.
It was a large square room, occupying the front eastern corner of the house. The furniture was neat and comfortable, though not pretentious.
"I like this," said the young man, surveying his new quarters with an air of satisfaction. "The sun will find me out in the morning."
"Yes, it will remain with you through the forenoon. I think you will find the room warm and comfortable. But whenever you get tired of it you will be welcome downstairs."
"That is an invitation of which I shall be only too glad to avail myself. Now, Frank, if you will be kind enough to help me upstairs with my trunk."
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