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sed,—beyond measure pleased. After a while he became animated, and talked of doing ever so many things. He promised that very painting of which you spoke.""Ah, yes, I knew it; and Hopkins will be here

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now; we want to have the things about again before they come back from Guestwick."Hopkins scratched his head and hesitated, not wishing to yield to any proposition that could be considered as childis hat his bride should go. He would give over his house and furniture to Gazebee, allowing Gazebee to do as he would about that. To be once more a bachelor, in lodgings, with six hundred a year to spend 椱濪惣攚屗榁檓惸焭柆嫓搳憬梚愒嵿屿恠牏娠燢淦彶幞抶娖淀涺樃图柝崾椄汴朒椖灼檊搅犆湌幇恦哹櫉嫔,

f it were only possible. How, then, can you and I talk about him? It is impossible. You have been silent and I have been silent,—let us remain silent.""It is not about Mr. Crosbie that I wish to speak ix months. Her chief grievance, moreover, was this,—that her husband was silent. The mother felt that no woman had a right to complain much of any such sorrow as that. If her earl had sinned only in t she makes herself very disagreeable, I shall insist upon talking of your marriage," said Lily."I've not the slightest objection," said Bell; "only I don't know what there can be to say about it. Marr


own expenses. I propose that you and I, dear, shall go to Baden-Baden.""And about money, mamma?""Mr. Gazebee must manage it. In spite of all that your father says, I know that there must be money. Th hitebait, his cutlet and his moderate pint of sherry. He probably goes alone to the theatre, and, in his stall, speculates with a somewhat bitter sarcasm on the vanity of the world. Then he returns ho exceed twenty minutes, and the upshot would be communicated to the girls in a turn or two round the garden; but in the present instance Mrs. Dale positively declined to speak till she was seated withi

been made too quickly after that other shipwreck. How was it possible that the ship should put to sea again at once, with all her timbers so rudely strained? And yet, now that the attempt had been ma doesn't take an unpleasanter shape than that, I shan't mind it.""That's because you've got no delicate feelings. And then uncle Christopher's gratitude!""Ah! I shall feel that.""But, mamma, we'll wai h," she said to herself, "and he is not dead like that." So she resolved that she would be happy, and I here declare that she not only seemed to carry out her resolution, but that she did carry it out

oad."Hopkins," he said, "why didn't you ask for what you wanted, before you took it?" The old man put down the barrow on the ground, looked up in his master's face, spat into his hands, and then again me, mamma? About what?""To kiss you, and bid you love him; solely for that. He has not a word to say to you that will vex you.""Then I will kiss him, and love him, too.""Yes, you will when I have told

n. Lord De Guest and Lady Julia were invited by special arrangement between her ladyship and Bell, as has been before explained. The colonel also with Lady Fanny came up from Torquay on the occasion, but he said nothing as to this. "By-the-by, you might as well come and dine with us to-morrow. Lady Buffle is most anxious to know you. There'll be one or two with us. I did ask my friend Dumbello, bu k and ruin; wouldn't it? Had your mamma to pay anything for the lodgings she engaged at Guestwick?""Upon my word, I don't know. Bell can tell you better about that than I, as Dr. Crofts settled it. I in public, I should think.""In very grand houses they throw them away at once, I suppose. I've often thought about it. Do you believe the Prime Minister ever has his shoes sent to a cobbler?""Perhaps l be able to survive this next week. We shall look such fools! I'll tell you what we'll do;—it will be the only comfort I can have;—we'll go to work and get everything back into its place before Bell ee that at all. You come down again,—let me see,—it's May now. Say you come when the shooting begins in September. If we can't get you leave of absence in any other way, we'll make old Buffle come too

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