Y during that half-hour, and as soon as he had come out from the mouth
of the alley, he ran to Gaydon's lodging. Gaydon, however, was not in.
O'Toole lodged in the same house, and Wogan mounted to his apartments,
hoping there to find news of Gaydon's whereabouts. But O'Toole was
taking the air, too, but Wogan found O'Toole's servant. "Where will I
find Captain O'Toole?" asked Wogan. "You will find his Excellency," said
the servant, with a reproachful emphasis upon the title, "at the little
bookseller's in the Piazza." Wogan sprang down the stairs and hurried to
the Piazza, wondering what in the world O'Toole was doing at a
bookseller's. O'Toole was bending over the counter, which was spread
with open books, and Wogan hailed him from the doorway. O'Toole turned
and blushed a deep crimson. He came to the door as if to prevent Wogan's
entrance into the shop. Wogan, however, had but one thought in his h
Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News.