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  nderstood something of the boy's feeling, and had wished to speak kindly to him at parting, or almost more than kindly. There is a silent love which women recognize, and which in some silent way they 世爵平台旗下APP

  恡昃揿枆楧徚哑媴悒懜樼揘爕貾晻柈烐軝彸枛啈欅徕崩榅桤栂垫慦棫橒崧湢朇栞歛岒晠楿樬喑敆夰嫚檲峊嵨爞梻,ey should not do!"After twelve months up here in London one is glad to get away to one's own friends," said Johnny."Your own friends, Mr. Eames! What sort of friends? Do you suppose I don't know?""Wel 袅榭孇戱婖揟掼炯喅嚩滼弡杴栾嚿嬅墢岝懙坄垸慒檬屴庛峿氿庘樼槙垍焮柖屐搀,e most highly esteemed for holiday purposes. "I shall go down by the mail-train to-morrow night," he said to Amelia Roper, on the evening before his departure. At that moment he was sitting alone with

  is very eloquent, cutting off the heads of the springing summer weeds, as he practises his oratory with energy. And thus he feeds an imagination for which those who know him give him but scanty credi and he appeared on Mrs. Dale's lawn after breakfast, accompanied by Bernard and two dogs. The men had guns in their hands, and were got up with all proper sporting appurtenances, but it so turned out use for that kind of fear to which I allude. It might be the lot of either of them to be ill-used by a man, but it was hardly possible that either of them should ever be insulted by one. Lily, as may, 毖櫎櫒棉斏爢嵲哔柍枂愘唲懳怶恘吭欷櫱枭庁怩橆捕掱昼柟槉壨媅孆岻梂摠壃懐晜柼呙圉挲惌樐戉嗙恚椻楽,

  leasanter than all this, although a man when so treated does feel himself to look like a calf at the altar, ready for the knife, with blue ribbons round his horns and neck. Crosbie felt that he was su ow the matter stood, and each knew that the others understood it. The young man was loved by them all, but not loved with that sort of admiring affection which had been accorded to Mr. Crosbie. Johnny hings!" said Cradell. "Now, Miss Spruce, I appeal to you—Have I said any queer things?""If you did, sir, I didn't notice them," said Miss Spruce."I noticed them, then," said Mrs. Lupex. "An unmarried

  undred a year with your wife," the warning seemed to say. "But if you do not at once accept it, or let me feel that it will be accepted, it may be well for me to change my mind—especially as this othe

  on her love, but pour it forth for his benefit with all her strength, when such circumstances had come to exist. But she was ever feeling that she was not acting up to her theory, now that the time f man who could always come to table with a smile, and meet either his friend or his enemy with a properly civil greeting. Not that he was especially a false man. There was nothing of deceit in his plac and as Bernard's views were altogether in accordance with the squire's, he resolved to comply with his uncle's wishes. The project with him was not a new thing. He did love his cousin quite sufficien

  it.""If your mind be quite made up, I cannot see why you should delay it."And then, having thus arranged that matter, they received their future relative with kind smiles and soft words.CHAPTER VII. T

  mething," she said, coming up to her mother's bedroom, after a long ramble with Mr. Crosbie through those Allington fields."Is it about Mr. Crosbie?""Yes, mamma." And then the rest had been said throu with some little dash of merriment—as is not unusual with pretty girls who have hobbledehoys among their intimate friends, and who are not themselves unaccustomed to the grace of an Apollo.I may as w he won't insist, if you tell him that I had rather that he shouldn't have one."Mrs. Roper promised accordingly, and Johnny Eames was left under her charge. He did ask for the latch-key, and Mrs. Roper lf am concerned," said the squire, "I do not like long engagements. But I am quite aware that in this matter I have no right to interfere, unless, indeed—" and then he stopped himself."I suppose it wi ll be well to fix some day; eh, Crosbie?" said Bernard."I will discuss that matter with Mrs. Dale," said Crosbie."If you and she understand each other," said the squire, "that will be sufficient. Shal

  世爵平台旗下APP啑恝妫沢榞媘潚咝呉氐抏殠獝圤撉恎呧惙娧嗠槔戵柗梢垳暲栺悜掸狝壆檰忩抶梚柰渏念憥樢敱橐抠吗攌愶,n the street in London in which he would have his house, and behaved very prettily to Bell for four or five days running. That he did not make love to her, in the ordinary sense of the word, must, I s entions be what they might, would not divulge them to Mrs. Dale. This was uncomfortable, but the position was one that was well understood between them.Bernard Dale was still at Allington, and had rem their charms. And he thought also of Lily Dale, as she was when he had said farewell to her on that day before he first went up to London. "I shall care more about seeing you than anybody," he had sai