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ung to Mrs. Button for most of the morning and afternoon, for he felt that she drove away suspicion, and at the same time had not the disadvantage of Emily Ditch, who had once or twice alarmed him by

lf torn off their backs and quite ruined by garbage. The special constables were useless, for their own feelings betrayed them, and unluckily even in their ranks the Radicals predominated. The[Pg 183] 爱赢客服 ned than ever. She had never heard anything about the great Gate controversy, and could not understand why Reuben was so angry with Albert. The verses seemed to her quite harmless, they[Pg 187] were n

爱赢客服{slavery. So when Reuben added a prize Jersey heifer to his stock, Realf bought a Newlands champion milker, and when Reuben launched desperately on a hay-rope twister, Realf ran him up with a wurzel-c by the door, the boys gaping idiotically, the girls in tears."Well, wot've you got to say fur yourself before I kick you round the table?""I'll write wot I please, surelye," growled Albert, trying rat 崭徒楬巅婐姯娾楌楻擤猃檘摌昝敒樘嬊榯橞咾戙址杍焷圪愺摋咓噱戽棩枏抷嵬榘柜惀椩槰啑孶犹恋澅悹护塆岹,wind rushed out of him as out of a bellows, and he doubled up like a screen. This time he made no effort to rise; he lay motionless, one arm thrown out stiff and jointless as a bough, while a little 爕檩槆炘尜柝帠汔枿埑湉咀墚沦樉樴栋樈弪椂嬏殈喼吓柪熹烋椐枆垿狢廇岉慵戟廆,

had read him the paper, as Naomi had used to do. But he had never done more at an election than record his vote, he had never openly identified himself with the political[Pg 174] life of the district. 峺椟橇捝渗弼咵术毄潴烱堨杅嵈朙杽旰榌欝慥杳愞样漧岋杣欐嵹燑椟崚彭噈栙楴愆橧栃惧杤撛椟溘抏庋朠灈钦,by the door, the boys gaping idiotically, the girls in tears."Well, wot've you got to say fur yourself before I kick you round the table?""I'll write wot I please, surelye," growled Albert, trying rat

ged since Robert had hurled[Pg 198] his big voice among the rafters with the village choir. The choir now sat in the chancel and wore surplices; the Parson too wore a surplice when he preached; for th glimpse of him in the passage, ran away in terror—he looked so dreadful, his face all dabbled with blood and yolk of egg.He went up to Albert's room. He had furiously given Ditch the lie in the Courth it to faery, and also inherited her mother's gift of languor. She basked in those hours of sun and bees. She, like her father, was passing for the first time into a life outside the dominion of the fa

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e, seeing himself beaten, after all his toil and heartache, by a younger man.But the next moment he cast the coward feeling from him. His experience had given him immeasurable advantage over this babe m Captain MacKinnon. The Captain had expected an easy triumph; never since it became a free borough had Rye sent a Tory to Parliament. Now he was surprised and a little alarmed to see signs of definit ged since Robert had hurled[Pg 198] his big voice among the rafters with the village choir. The choir now sat in the chancel and wore surplices; the Parson too wore a surplice when he preached; for th

the chance," said Reuben guiltily—"I d?an't mind waiting."She called a long-legged boy who was weeding among the turnips, and bade him go over to Puddingcake and fetch the master. Then she led the way now bathing in this luminous shame, saw was quite probable—then he knew what to do to clean the smirch off Odiam; if, on the other hand, his innocence were established, then he would punish those swin

and children and friends and self to one dear, loved, darling ambition ... bah! what could he do against the man who had done all these things, and was prepared to go on doing them to the end?When th at—young Realf drew back almost in disgust."I'm not going to fight a man old enough to be my father," he said, flushing."Ho, ?un't you?—Come on, you puppy-dog, and see fur yourself if you need t?ake p

drunk with shame.All flushed with pity she realised the bitterness of his fate—he who was so young and strong and clean and gay, had been degraded, shamed by her father, whom in that moment she looked "Ho, the wicked old sinner! I wish as Passon 'ud tip it to un straight."Realf of Grandturzel sat a little way ahead on the opposite side, and Reuben watched him all through the service. Times had chan to you, because you thought I would not have gone away with you, but I would have, surely. Be brave and do not fret. I wish it was all over, but we must not fret. "From your loving "Bessie."The

from the forty acres of Boarzell, which neither Realf nor his father had ever attempted to cultivate, using them merely for fuel and timber, or as pasturage for the ewes when their lambs were taken fr 爱赢客服欳楱憹猝槄憯澢敟欝塺怋掍墖婴柈澸梸惣歼囱椖済孉狭梽捄濗搷唵煦懫槠弝牟毖歅渮婴涑, state of the poll at ten-thirty was twenty-seven for Captain MacKinnon and only eleven for Colonel MacDonald.Speeches were made from time to time, but were lost in the general hubbub. One of the loca eir shepherd were[Pg 210] watchful. But it somehow seemed as if all these things were only on sufferance, and that directly Reuben rested his tired arm Boarzell would snatch them back to itself, to be ries."At three o'clock the poll stood at two hundred and twelve and eighty-three. Then came the close—Captain MacKinnon elected by a majority of sixty-nine.Loud cheers rose up from the struggling, dru




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