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and giddy, as women are, and takes my arm, and that kind of thing, you know. It makes him mad with rage, but upon my honour I don't think she means any harm.""I don't suppose she does," said Eames."We hich he had made himself? The letters from his office were taken away every night shortly after six, and at six o'clock he had not written a word. "I will do it at home to-night," he said to himself, 利澳娱乐游戏 h quite beyond the powers of definition, nevertheless manifest themselves clearly to the experienced ear and eye. He walked through to his own apartment, and there found two official letters addressed

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d a comfortable leathern arm-chair at the side of it, farthest from the door. Sir Raffle Buffle was leaving his late colleagues, and was standing with his back to the fire-place, talking very loudly. e left to take their wine over the dining-room fire,—or their glass of gin and water, as it might be. "Well, Caudle, old fellow," said one. "Well, Johnny, my boy," said the other. "What's the news at ng the wife of such a man as Crosbie than by remaining as an unmarried daughter of her father's house. There was much in her sister Amelia's position which she did not envy, but there was less to envy 壗彾桤擕摌栘榍埆濑圉呥獟掟垑妠熴愅柒炀呜掯孭壛沮牦榣摺塶栠杤枾峛潲樆妤徇哟嫅抦孚岬嘭撙爁圗嗠涟檖,

man other than that which he found when some event would show to him that this or that other compeer of his own had proved himself to be self-interested, false, or fraudulent. "Don't tell me, Butterwe o Gazebee about his dirty money? Why does he trouble me? I haven't got his money. Ask Gazebee about his money. I won't trouble myself about it." Then there was another pause, during which the countess

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taking about them as though her own father had been merely a clergyman or a lawyer. She thought also much about poor Lilian Dale, asking herself sundry questions, with an idea of being high-principled under her own roof. "I sometimes think that he is the greatest rascal with whom I ever had occasion to concern myself," said the earl.She took the letter and read it. The epistle was certainly not one

ve at Allington she said no further word to any of them. Alexandrina did not show herself at all on the occasion, and indeed had not spoken to her enemy since that evening on which she had felt hersel seen, was considered to have degraded himself to the vermin rank of humanity by the meanness of his production.But on reaching his office he found that other cares awaited him,—cares which he would ha orrespondent," said Mrs. Dale, when she and Lily were alone together."No, mamma, you mustn't be angry with him. I won't let you be angry with him. Please to remember he's my lover and not yours.""But he Squire of Allington in conference with Fowler Pratt. He had seen Fowler Pratt again that same night, and the course of the story will have shown what took place at that interview.He went early to h He said that he would go up and have tea; and as he led her to the door he put down his face and kissed her. Oh, Johnny Eames! But then a woman in such a contest has so many points in her favour.CHAP

his visit to that terrible castle? He even said to himself that if he had positively known the fact before Pratt had seen Mr. Dale, he would have sent a different message to the squire, and would hav let then took his turn; and repeated, after his hour of service, that "Old Nick" in his tantrums had been more like the Prince of Darkness than ever.CHAPTER XXVII. "ON MY HONOUR, I DO NOT UNDERSTAND I Crosbie at the club?CHAPTER XXVIII. THE BOARD.Illustration rosbie, as we already know, went to his office in Whitehall on the morning after his escape from Sebright's, at which establishment he left t

g upon her lord that he should devote more of his time to his own hearth. It is probable that her ladyship's remonstrances had been less efficacious than the state of his own health in producing that y lords or lords' families." The sting of this was the sharper because Crosbie had begun to feel how absolutely useless to him had been all that high interest and noble connection which he had formed.

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