Isaacs was in too gay a humour to be offended, and he only said, turning to Miss Westonhaugh "Mr. Griggs is a cynyic, you know. You must not believe anything he says." "If doing kind things makes one a griffin, I hope I may be one always," said Miss Westonhaugh quickly, "and I trust my brother is as much a griffin as ever." "I am, I assure you," said he. "But Mr.