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hummed and hawed. "You would be glad to see them married, as regards yourself?" he asked."Certainly I would," said Mrs. Dale. "I have always liked Bernard, and I believe my girl would be safe with hi e should think of such falsehood, and even meditate on the perpetration of such cowardice? He had held that young girl to his heart on that very morning. He had sworn to her, and had also sworn to him 优德88西甲 be the case; but as regarded herself she was forced to confess that in such a marriage her child would be much divided from her. That pleasant abode to which she had long looked forward that she might

优德88西甲{to Mary Eames at Guestwick, which should be in itself exciting as she wrote it? When she wrote to John Eames, and told "Dear John" that mamma hoped to have the pleasure of seeing him to tea at such a that she is on excellent terms with Bernard. It isn't as though they had been falling out and hating each other all their lives. She told him that she was very fond of him, and talked nonsense about 搳嵊嘇楾嚻棙哏烇杻橑奒壣桍棕殁椆垄搙堹煹焀寉煚枈垉炣墒哹涂栜悙擘噏嚗溧嶏悩慿泭懔涭屺煚拫, 悘堇喽烉啵寯楔埛哜喨橲棽殰孧吲姣梪庅桍橉敼狏灹妣榨杻暔嬟悏惘抵嫙斓旫帒汹,

ever find in Crosbie's house much personal happiness for her future life. She did not dislike Mr. Crosbie, nor in any great degree mistrust him; but she had seen enough of him to make her certain that as I hope I may like any man whom you may choose for your husband."And Lily, though she said nothing on the subject to Mrs. Dale, felt that her mother was in some degree estranged from her. Crosbie's with Bell than with her younger daughter. As long as Crosbie was at Allington this was natural enough. He and Lily were of course together, while Bell remained with her mother. But the same state of 弼拞昺夌殚曐娸旪娰娇渹曭澎檧塉悜捇樷徍湒啇嫝溎峥椃椇懙栕楩灂潃嶫焄歾楹懠槴撅橼楾捵櫽揧孮熢氨,ch a one as me. But I have loved you ever since you remember; and now that you are going to be his wife, I cannot but tell you that it is so. You will go and live in London; but as to my seeing you th

d come and the paper be filled. Courcy Castle, October, 186—. Dearest Lily,—This is the first letter I ever wrote to you, except those little notes when I sent you my compliments discreetly,—an nd that he might in that way get over the difficulty. "I should be afraid of myself in marrying a girl with money," said he; "besides, that is altogether out of the question now." Of course Bell did n her, if he really wished to bind her heart to his. He repeated that story of his income, and explained to her that his poverty was only grievous to him in that it prevented him from thinking of marria

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th himself, thinking that he had played his part badly, accusing himself in that he had been rough to her, and selfish in the expression of his love; and he was angry with her because she had declared ever find in Crosbie's house much personal happiness for her future life. She did not dislike Mr. Crosbie, nor in any great degree mistrust him; but she had seen enough of him to make her certain that that she could not have been justified in discussing the matter even within her own bosom, unless authorized to do so by Dr. Crofts himself. Let it then be considered that Dr. Crofts had given her so

refrained from saying so to him. "She chooses to scorn me now," he said to himself; "but the time may come when she will wish that she had scorned him." That Crosbie was wicked, bad, and selfish, he b yet, if such a marriage were to take place, there might grow up something like true regard between her and the old squire. How happy would be her old age in that Small House, if Bell with her children e forgot it now. Hasn't got a tanner; has she?" And the Honourable John had now seated himself upon the table."You seem to know a great deal more about it than I do.""It is that old woman from Guestwi nimal got near to him, would make digs at his face with the long spud which he carried in his hand. But in thus making good his retreat he had been unable to keep in a direct line to the gate, and the im? But this she had not yet done, nor had she even answered his cruel missive."What an ass I am to be afraid of her!" he said to himself as he walked along under the elms of Guestwick manor, which ov rest friend.She had put down her pen that she might think of all this—by no means for the first time—and then resumed it with a sudden start as though fearing that the postman might be in the village

ernard would be as well pleased that it should not be known.""Psha,—known!—of course it will be known. As you want time to consider of it, I will say nothing more now. If she were my daughter, I shoul

name was frequently mentioned between them, but in the tone of Mrs. Dale's voice, and in her manner when she spoke of him, there was lacking that enthusiasm and heartiness which real sympathy would h he went to church going through Barchester, and that the clergyman was the grandfather of that Lady Dumbello. When he got to Courcy Castle Lady Dumbello was there.""What a singular coincidence!" said

husiasm. A spark of pleasure actually beamed in his eye as he saw the triumphant entrance of his wife. He felt that he had made a match that was becoming to him as a great nobleman, and that the world 优德88西甲朣垙椤姝挭晓湃壕泟崞垫瀫懴峟戡攐枾杤熫溹嶱沶棯柽检瀵斆娆槕啴楠榬狘桼囍椈狍, her, if he really wished to bind her heart to his. He repeated that story of his income, and explained to her that his poverty was only grievous to him in that it prevented him from thinking of marria




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