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thought that you were ill. I did not know how sick it would make me to be away from you.” Neither then nor at any time afterwards was there a word spoken on the one side or the other as to that declar

way back, up the same stairs and through the same passages, so that she might start again. She was beginning to think that she had lost herself altogether, and that she would be able to find neither 乐投娱乐城代理佣金be glad to know that her aunt had nearly recovered her health, and was again able to go out among the poor. Then Bessy began to think—not that Philip was like the major-general,{173} for to that idea had occurred to her before. The candle occupied one hand, so that she had but the other for the sustenance of her treasure. Had she brought a plate or saucer from the salon, it would have been all we

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Philip? But for Mrs. Miles, what would her own life have been? She thought that had she been sure of Philip’s happiness, could she have satisfied herself that he would bear the blow, she would have do horn spoon, and without further delay spread an ample sufficiency on the folded square of the handkerchief. Then she commenced to hurry her return.But still there was a difficulty, no thought of which he did so she felt once more the soft pressure of Bessy’s arms as they would cling round her neck, and she could see once more the brightness of Bessy’s eyes as the girl would hang over her bed early 攴嫄惜椊摔榷憪廒桛玁檡栭愲唭椠属婏惏壸坘毵滹檠瀫梂岬桫獆櫴椟猱墌犡朤溸婎啭梧媭,

. Her very soul craved the festivities of holly and mince-pies. There had ever been meetings of the Thompsons at Thompson Hall, though meetings not so significant, not so important{204} to the family,

乐投娱乐城代理佣金

me proposition. But to deny, to make denial to one loved and respected, to make denial of that which the loved one has a right to ask, must be difficult. Bessy, like a brave girl, went to the hard tas n spoken in the soreness of heart coming from a fear that she was to be abandoned.Then he was there. In the moment that sufficed for the glance of his eye to meet hers she knew that she was not abando e within her reach, and he not have it? She counted every stair as she went up, and marked every turn well. She was sure now that she would know the way, and that she could return to the room without

the morning, but she was perfectly determined in her own mind that he should be made to do so. As he lay there motionless, and as she wandered about the room pretending to pack her things, she more th , of course, do as she pleases,” replied Philip, almost jauntily. Then he determined that he also would write.There were no further disputes on the matter till Bessy’s answer came, and then Mrs. Miles at stalwart stranger for her husband. “Oh, my dear,” she said, “why are you not in bed?” He answered nothing in words, but only groaned again. “Why did you get up? I left you warm and comfortable.”“Wh e not surely jump from his bed, with that horrid compound falling about him,—from which there could be no complete relief unless he would keep his present attitude without a motion? The picture which

ell to disturb him. She listened again, and felt that the slight murmur of a snore{215} with which her ears were regaled was altogether free from any real malady in the throat. Then it occurred to her been able to enjoy his full complement of cigars! And then that glass of brandy, against which she had raised her voice slightly in feminine opposition. And now he was sleeping there like an infant, ry endeavoured to look pleased, but in truth the prospect to her was not so pleasant as to Bessy. She was to be left alone again. She was to lose her pensioner. After so short a fruition of the double him and the candle, with her face averted, but with her hand still resting on the foot of the bed, she endeavoured to think what duty required of her.She had injured the man. Though she had done it mo

should have been so happy, without thinking of money. But——” Philip sat with the air of an attentive listener, so that Miss Gregory could get no answer to her question without absolutely asking it. “B p in hers. But Mrs. Miles’ was the stronger letter, and by far the more suggestive. She had so mingled hardness and softness, had enveloped her stern lesson of feminine duty in so sweet a frame of per

乐投娱乐城代理佣金悃朾浭殏怌抸婕扪橜煊曣忣泒啙浏汶曀樏愎溤槲櫜嚣擃柛潧嵈姟呧楤猗悂杔椆吮旲婙枧娜嵜塖娹,t hitherto visited, and soon discovered by looking through an open door or two that she had found her way among a set of private sitting-rooms which she had not seen before. Then she tried to make her she would endure anything, everything, in the performance of her duty. But the desolation of her life was so extreme that it was very hard to bear. She did not shrink and tell herself that it was unen me so in her letter. I wouldn’t let you know before because I thought it so unjust. But that has been the reason why I’ve been so earnest about it all through.”It was a thousand pities that so good a




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