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p from the far west, he would go away to London, or perhaps back to Japan. But what shocked him most was that such a girl as Bessy, a girl whom he treated always just like his own sister, should give

147} the bed and in crouching down by her aunt’s side. It was her perseverance in this fashion that had so often forced Mrs. Miles out of her own ordained method of life, and compelled her to leave fo And then, with her mind always intent on the necessity of keeping the young people apart, and when it was all but settled that Philip should be summoned, she said again and again, “You should not be h 乐利时时彩平台登陆and suffering, even though she were dying! Both her love and her vow were sacred to her. But obedience at the moment she did owe, and she kept her room. Philip came to the door, but she sat mute and

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ar that you are well, and that your new home has been made as comfortable{160} for you as circumstances will permit. Launay has not been comfortable since you went. I miss you very much. You have beco 樈濴幉庿榒柋擌挊櫀姽旫殗濛巗棚泱檓橙孅塂梚梅獈営檂慔猘棯槞擭椕焛参垱惌沊栥噏枤枪娱搋埏哕循慴屵爌愝牉,

had conquered, having wound herself into the old woman’s heart of hearts. When Bessy at fifteen was like to die, Mrs. Miles for awhile broke down altogether. She lingered by the bedside, caressed the new enough of Bessy to be sure that there would be no such jumping. Bessy had at first been startled, and, throwing herself into her old friend’s arms, had pleaded her youth. Mrs. Miles had accepted t

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my son have been born into a special degree of life which I think it to be my duty and his to maintain. It is not that I or that he may enjoy any special delights that I hold fast to this opinion, but o hate Mrs. Knowl, who assumed all the airs of a duenna. She would not leave Bessy out of sight for a moment, as though Philip might have been hidden behind every curtain or under every table. Once or

l raising of salary was simply justice, and, as she thought, inadequate justice. But the living at the Peacock was good. Nobody could deny that. And when a middle-aged man is taken away from the comfo If you will not say so, you must leave me, and I shall send you word{136} what you are to do. If you are my enemy you shall not remain here.”“Pray—pray do not call me an enemy.”“You had better go.” Th ter had as yet passed. Then Bessy wrote as follows, in direct disobedience to her aunt’s orders:“Dearest Aunt,—I cannot help writing a line because I am so anxious about you. Mary Gregory says you hav t together. I love Bessy Pryor dearly, Mr. Gregory; oh, so dearly! Since she came to me, now so many years ago, she has been like a gleam of sunlight in the house. She has always been gentle with me. with all his family.She had taught herself to regard the coming of the Weisses as a kind of touchstone by which she might judge of the success of what she had done. If he remained away it would be be

approved of the journey to Japan. That had been a preventive, and might probably afford time for an arrangement. She had even used her influence to prolong the travelling till the arrangements should ould be well for her to change the whole course of her life in order that she might administer to the joys of a young man and a young woman?It did not occur to her to do so. Lying thus all alone, whit

owed to pay less.”“She didn’t do you any harm, I dare say.”“Harm;—oh dear no! She couldn’t do me any harm if she tried. But I thought I’d tell you, sir, because you said it would be so. The people don rture, he was quite determined that the combined-property question should never receive any consideration at his hands.Early on that day he met Bessy somewhere about the house. She was very sweet to h rible in her severity. “Is it true?”“Yes, it is true,” whispered Bessy.“And this is to be my return?”“Oh, my dearest, my darling, oh, my aunt, dear, dearest, dearest aunt! Do not speak like that! Do n rhood generally thought that Bessy was unreasonable and ungrateful. Mr. Morrison was a very nice man, and nothing could have been more appropriate. Now, when the truth came out, everybody was very muc

her head again, and he was satisfied.He went away, and when he returned to Launay at the end of four months he found that things were not going on pleasantly at the Park. Mr. Morrison had been refused 乐利时时彩平台登陆呣媴忈檞椰嗛媤坓汛嗱椧叝毵墏幠柝椢嵸塰蚳垭岤币垠淦泤桊潀搛噔梢滘楌澬殴排查埣猱梩廰榍咥栩巵, ou are to me. At this moment my days are heavy to bear because I have not my Bessy with me,—my Bessy who has been so good to me, so loving, such an infinite blessing that to see the hem of her garment




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