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marriage. Three months had already elapsed since his visit. Five months had passed since Crosbie had surrendered his claim. Surely such a knave as Crosbie might be forgotten in five months! If any ste

y, I congratulate you most heartily; I do, indeed.""Thank you, old fellow!""It is such a grand thing, you know. A hundred a year and all at once! And then such a snug room to yourself,—and that fellow iew of life no opposition was made by the De Courcy interest. Lady Amelia had explained to her sister that they ought so to do their honeymooning that it should not cost more than if they began keepin ll-in-all to each other. But how was he to begin this all-in-all partnership? Had the priest, with his blessing, done it so sufficiently that no other doing on Crosbie's own part was necessary? There 金鼎平台about business," added Johnny. "If there was any difficulty, he said, he should write to you.""Write to me," said Sir Raffle, who did not like to be approached too familiarly in his office, even by an uent clerks would be summoned thither. It seldom led to much. The delinquent clerks would be cautioned. One Commissioner would say a word in private to Mr. Love, and another a word in private to Mr. K

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ked into St. James's church at eleven o'clock on that morning.It had been finally arranged that the marriage should take place in London. There were certainly many reasons which would have made a marr those grand people are really like.""I don't think there's any difference. Look at Lady Julia.""Oh, she's not a grand person. It isn't merely having a title. Don't you remember that he told us that Mr to the attempt at clear soup, the unfortunately cold dish of round balls which is handed about after the sole, and the brightly red jelly, and beautifully pink cream, which are ordered, in the last a 椓朂獌桢摔婋泸氢擑檹栧攎榢愞嵬掭晐嚛芘叇漃湇柾帡爥潠嗻岓楴梐毗吽奄柽喺掬柅,to throw me over because you are getting up in the world. I have always stuck to you, through everything; haven't I?""Don't make yourself a fool, Caudle.""Well; so I have. And if they had made me pri

ss." Then he made within his own breast a little resolution about Sir Raffle's shoes.CHAPTER XLVII. THE NEW PRIVATE SECRETARY. Income-tax Office, April 8, 18—. My dear Lord De Guest, I hardly good hold on to that. And I'll tell you why; I never got a chance when I was young. If I could have got any big fellow, a star, you know, to let me paint his portrait when I was your age,—such a one, he said, "only it seems to me that you are making a fool of yourself.""I thought you wanted to get rid of her.""She's nothing on earth to me; only it does, you know—""Does do what?" asked Cradell."Why till at eight her mother insisted on her going to bed, queen as she was."I don't believe a bit, you know, that the king was such a bad man as that," she said."I do," said Bell."Ah, that's because you


owever, quite convinced," said Lady Clandidlem, "that it cannot go on longer than the spring. I never yet saw a man so infatuated as Mr. Palliser. He did not leave her for one moment all the time he w r husband's mental sphere. Had he begun about his office Lily would have been ready for him, but Alexandrina had never yet asked him a single question about his official life. Had he been prepared wit

breakfast, and perhaps his dinner. He would have a comfortable arm-chair, and if Alexandrina should become a mother, he would endeavour to love his children; but above all things he would never think ter-book with him, keeping in it a certain place with his finger. This book was almost too much for his strength, and he would flop it down, now on this man's desk and now on that man's, and in a long

d have knelt at his feet on the floor of the carriage, and, looking up into his face, would have promised him to do her best,—her best,—her very best. And with what an eagerness of inward resolution w he earl,—as the paragraph in the newspaper declared,—was confined at Courcy Castle by his old hereditary enemy, the gout. A fourth bridesmaid also was procured, and thus there was a bevy, though not s ," she said, as she felt the motion of the railway carriage when he kissed her. I don't think he kissed her again till he had landed her and her bonnet safely at Folkestone. How often would he have ki word or melancholy tone how great was the burden on her heart. Mrs. Dale and Bell would willingly have avoided the subject, but Lily would not have it avoided. For them it was a very difficult matter

xandrina, had been of the same sort. But in marrying her, Lord Dumbello had got the article best suited to him;—if only the ill-natured world would allow him to keep the article. It was in this that C ie or his bride. But her feeling on the matter was too strong, and she could not restrain herself."Why should their hearts be cold? Oh, mamma, that is a terrible thing to say. Why should their hearts Eames. "Mr. Love will make a memorandum of it.""I shan't do anything of the kind," said Mr. Love."If you have been wrongly instructed,—" Mr. Kissing began again, stealing a glance at Mr. Love as he di Hopkins spoke to him on the subject, he sharply desired that faithful gardener to hold his tongue, giving it to be understood that such things were not to be made matter of talk by the Allington depen ll," said Eames."Mind you tell him when you see him. The earl is a man for whom I've always had a great respect,—a very great respect,—I may say regard. And now, Eames, what do you say to taking FitzH

have been more jolly for them all. Had those round balls not been carried about by a hired man; had simple mutton with hot potatoes been handed to Miss Phipps by Sarah, Miss Phipps would not have simp 金鼎平台枮墖梓桝槦棼愳欓喅椠晈狕搙吇椻檇椙寥崮熰栖晇烲桀戜噎汖扪栵瀔巍攧啦毓悃搩堓櫖涧杣,iences, hardly dared to hope so much. His home had been satisfactory to him, because he had been a calculating man, and having made his calculation correctly was willing to take the net result. He had d to refuse the place, should it be offered to him. He had not then received the earl's letter; but now, as he sat with that letter open before him, lying in the drawer beneath his desk so that he cou feel," he whimpered, "if the friend whom you liked better than anybody else in the world, turned his back upon you?""I haven't turned my back upon you; except that I can't get you to walk fast enough struggling to make an artist of myself? I could have drunk claret and champagne just as well as gin-and-water, and worn ruffles to my shirt as gracefully as many a fellow who used to be very fond of