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Not at all, Frau Frohmann.”“Well, sir!” Then she paused, not wishing to express an unrestrained praise of wealth, and so to appear too worldly-minded, but yet feeling that he certainly was wrong accor tz Schlessen, looking round at Malchen, did destroy that bit of paper.CHAPTER III. THE QUESTION OF THE MITGIFT.About two months after the events described in the last chapter, Malchen and Fritz Schle ds. Florins and zwansigers are but names. What you can manage to eat, and drink, and wear, and what sort of a house you can live in, and whether you can get other people to do for you what you don’t l 泱夛壿桊嫲姲核栰峤暥弴媊朚埊梯埻掸榯瀛犇梵挒棍榧唷殆搬泆楜嵓尀懂汫朾椸姽獿帋戦湁,nt, she at once took the bull by the horns, and threw not only her energies, but herself bodily into the dairy. It was repaired and whitewashed, and scoured and supplied with all necessary furniture i

uspected Fritz; but she did not think that she would be justified in supposing him to be more angelic than other young men simply because he was her lover. Therefore, Malchen was impatient, and for th his grandfather did in a year? His grandfather never saw white bread.”“Why should he have it?”“Because he likes it, and because he can get it. Do you think he’d have stayed here if his wages had not h a reticence which almost implied that it was not trade, but an amiable giving and taking of the good things of the world. There had never been a word of explanation with Seppel; but he was late and


That’s just the question. But if everybody had gold so common, if all the barns were full of it, then people would not care to take it for their meat and wine.”“It never can be like that, surely.”“The Malchen’s own little affair would never get itself settled till this other question should have arranged itself satisfactorily. There could be no mitgift from a failing business. And if the business w themselves. The eggs and the butter, the raspberries and the currants, must be sold. She had been imperious and had succeeded, for a while. But there were deep murmurs, and already a feeling was growi

ll saying that they must make use of them to send the things into market. Josephine Bull took her eggs into the city and got two kreutzers apiece for them.”The Frau had already heard of that journey, hought that she would retire to Schwatz and devote the remainder of her days to tranquillity and religion. But her immediate anxiety had reference to the next six weeks, so that when she should have g eggs away in the valley.”“But they will have a cart.”“Do you think a cart won’t cost money? There must be somebody to drive the cart, I suppose.” On this point the Frau spoke feelingly, as she was be rvices from the community, she ought to get more from him for her services. That did seem plain to her. But then her triumph in that direction was immediately diminished by a tender feeling as to othe

she to be deprived of that cheap month’s holiday which was so necessary for her, in order that the Peacock and the charms of the Brunnenthal generally might be devoted to Jews from Frankfort, or rich e place is worth double as much as when she married your father. But it is that very{38} success which makes her obstinate. She thinks that she can see her way. She fancies that she can compel people re from the world by submission so disgraceful as that. With the Brixen man she certainly would deal no more. She took twenty-four hours to think of it, and then she made up her mind that she would he not take the directest way to the butcher’s house, which was not, indeed, above two hundred yards from{74} the Black Eagle, but walked round slowly by the river, studying as she went the words with w

a little change in thirty years.”“But many things have got cheaper, Fritz.”“Living altogether hasn’t got cheaper. Look at wages!”“I don’t know why we should pay more. Everybody says that bread is lowe happy man again till he could find himself once more at work in the old shed behind the chapel.”Then Suse was told that Seppel might come as soon as he pleased.“He’ll be there the morning after next i l. The expenses of the house no doubt might be much diminished in the manner suggested by Herr Conolin. Salt butter could be given instead of fresh at breakfast. Cheaper coffee could be procured. The d there came upon her dimly a conviction that she was bound, both by prudence and justice, to go back to her old friend Hoff. She had clearly been wrong in this matter of meat. Hoff had plainly told h ceremony. On such occasions her dress would be, not magnificent as when she was arrayed for festive occasions at home, but yet very carefully arranged and equally unlike her ordinary habiliments. Whe

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