'Change, Sambo"; but seeing Jos ready almost to cry with vexation, the old joker stopped his laughter, and said, holding out his hand to his son, "It's all fair on the Stock Exchange, Jos--and, Sambo, never mind the elephant, but give me and Mr.
"Jos will be sure to leave Emmy in the crowd, he will be so taken up with Miss Sharp here.
"My dear," said the cotton-tassel in defence of his conduct, "Jos is a great deal vainer than you ever were in your life, and that's saying a good deal.
"Do you remember, Sedley, what a fury you were in, when I cut off the tassels of your Hessian boots, and how Miss--hem!--how Amelia rescued me from a beating, by falling down on her knees and crying out to her brother Jos, not to beat little George?"
Jos remembered this remarkable circumstance perfectly well, but vowed that he had totally forgotten it.
Jos Sedley, who admired his own legs prodigiously, and always wore this ornamental chaussure, was extremely pleased at this remark, though he drew his legs under his chair as it was made.
I don't know on what pretext Osborne left the room, or why, presently, Amelia went away, perhaps to superintend the slicing of the pine-apple; but Jos was left alone with Rebecca, who had resumed her work, and the green silk and the shining needles were quivering rapidly under her white slender fingers.
The result of genetic gain made over four generations (F1 toF4) in five traits (flowers per plant, fruits per plant, fresh fruit weight, average fruit weight and plant height) are presented in table 1 to 5.Table 1 presented the genetic gain made from generation to generation for number of flowers per plant for the five crosses Yalowx Jos
, Yalox Nsukka Indigenous, Nsukka Indigenous xJos, Nsukka Local x Nsukka Indigenous and Nsukka Localx Yalo.