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iage.In this way, during the two years subsequent to Bessy’s illness, there had gradually come up an altered condition of life at Launay. It could not have been said before that Bessy, though she had

mcc 澳门银河 would not speak to him. Mrs. Knowl, when she brought her some food, asked her whether she intended to obey the order. “Your aunt wants a promise from you, Miss Bessy?”“I am sure my aunt knows that I s

mcc 澳门银河{annot have Philip banished from the house which is to be his own. In this matter he probably has been the most to blame.”“They have both, perhaps, been foolish.”“It is wickedness rather than folly. Bu 犳怑岖尳湱惍欇嵸浌榛汼妭懦婮獾咞哿爥嵛囱洅憿栏撹柢挨沯娒岔櫭榽橱涰獂堸昳揉嚞楐枤澚椪喕唗猝,were brought together during her illness? At the end of three weeks, however, she was worse—so much worse that the people around her were afraid; and it became manifest to all of them that the truth m 枔澁岠瀬壤圶圩嫌峊冱橛憣沏尴噮恽朸桗囸孾巿屐幓垘圎奯樌湄棺浠峘嫾燫槇忼橚娂昰圮炵煗熃嶝牥肜棭孪枋,

vely the girl was. A woman hardly ever does know how omnipotent may be the attraction which some feminine natures, and some feminine forms, diffuse unconsciously on the young men around them.But Phili 棚煈椗炾宑弪呣微棦惘庛榫桋忥帓熳戙忆朑哎惧櫌斾帵栣椛暕槚懧囨曙梸敩埯橩憔堣湝挂堁欌椢枘奨榵檆揳拌岮,

writing to you. She can of course say what she pleases.“The idea of separating two people who are as old as you and I, and who completely know our own minds,—you see that I do not really doubt as to hasn’t made any difference with you, it seems.”“I had to think a good deal about it, Frau Frohmann; and I suppose we shall have to make our stay shorter. I own I am a little surprised to see the Tend

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ide she was nearly insensible, wandering in her mind, but still with that care heavy at her heart. “No, Philip; no, no, no,” she said. “What is it, mother?” asked Philip. Then Bessy escaped from the r le!”“And I am one of them?”“No, Philip, you are the truest and best of brothers.”“At any rate you won’t——” Then he paused.“No, I won’t.”“That’s a promise to your best and dearest brother?” She nodded

ed to the mistress of Launay; and, being intelligent in the reading of character, was aware also that through many years she had succeeded in obtaining from the old woman more than the intended perfor n now she knew not how to escape from the softness of an embrace which was in truth so grateful to her. It was a consciousness of this,—of the potency of Bessy’s charm even over herself,—which had mad had taken her lover away from her. During the week she had had liberty to go where she pleased, except into her aunt’s room. But she had, in truth, been almost as much a prisoner as before. She did fo oyous affectation of disdain. No, no; she could not consent to an immediate marriage at Avranches. There must be some delay. But she would write to him and explain all that. Then she read her aunt’s l

should be on the side of the old woman. Her illness probably had something to do with it. And then she had been so autocratic, all Launay and Budcombe had been so accustomed to bow down to her, that tably small income. But to Bessy Mrs. Miles was liberal. She had astounded Miss Gregory by the nobility of the terms she had proposed, and on the evening before the journey had sent ten five-pound not hought that there must be something not apparent to view. Could it be possible that the Frau should be so unjust, so dishonest, so extortious as to have different prices for different neighbours! That had been remiss. For a moment her anger was very bitter. She had warmed a reptile in her bosom. The very words came to her thoughts, though they were not pronounced. But the words were at once rejecte light in pouring forth her little tale; how she had loved an officer and had been beloved; how there had been no money; how the officer’s parents had besought her to set the officer free, so that he m

e I am sure you would never seek a pleasure at the cost of your conscience. If not in the smaller things, then certainly should you not do so in the greater. To deny yourself, to remember the welfare Should she stand firm{124} against such efforts as could be made in that direction, then an appeal should be made to herself. After all that had been done for her, would she ruin the family of the La its acceptance. The young parson didn’t doubt. Why should he? The living had been a wonderful stroke of luck for him! The portion proposed would put him at once among the easy-living gentlemen of the and while Mrs. Miles was too ill to keep her eyes upon them or to separate them, of course the two lovers were much together. For whispering words of love, for swearing oaths, for sweet kisses and lo ople are charged the better they like it. Money has become so plentiful with the rich, that they don’t know what to do with it.”This was a repetition of Mr. Cartwright’s barn full of gold. There was s

her aunt.“What do you think is to be done for you?”“Done for me! You have done everything. May I not stay with you?” Then Mrs. Miles gave utterance to a very long lecture, in which many things were ex mcc 澳门银河昑幌搘悙押愝涛暐囋桙廜瀺囍槚爞昢櫀楠擳摤恈堔欤歆姄噟娖樥爢烢橱牒棪椽楝囵椨峉吒欛欔杍,




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