Don't aggle at me, gal! I'm warning ee, if I have any more mizmaze from ee, I'll make things right skaddle." Boggle you may, skedaddle you won't through all these "havey-cavey" goings-on in a turble thick Sussex idiom which seems to have been the parlance of Miss Aiken's native Sussex back a piece, round about the time of the coronation of Richard IV were he ever to have existed. More real, faintly, is Dido Twite, the typical Aiken heroine, mettlesome, meddlesome, after a coach in the hands of a tippling coachman "tipples over" and leaves her staying in the domain of Lady Tegleaze where she discovers a twin sister for the lonesome young heir Sir Tobit, "imbrangles" herself in bringing them together, and puts an end to the "skrimshanking" off to the Cuckoo Tree. Coo -- she. should fair have to climb it herself, it's that turble hard to read.