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Ten years later I heard from her. She sent for me. I had never known where she was, nor tried to find out. But I did not expect to find her where I did. She was in a miserable dingy house in Bloomsbury-dying, Hughie ! Her ruffianly husband had left her after her second baby was born-our Joey, that is-and her old father had been dead eight years. She had not a friend in the world, and yet she would not turn to me till it was too late. Pride, pride, pride ! For some years she had been struggling on with a little money her father had left her and which her husband had not been able to get hold of, and she had also taken in lodgers. Lodgers, Hughie ! It was only when she realised that she was going out for good that the thought of the kiddies' future began to frighten her, and she sent for me-at last !
I was with her during most of the remaining three months of her life, to the scandalisation of virtuous Bloomsbury. I wanted to bring her to Manors, which she had often visited in her childhood, but she said she preferred to die in London ; and as she was obviously going to die somewhere pretty soon, I did not press the point. During that time we lived a life of almost perfect happiness ; and when she finally slipped away, quite peacefully-poor child ! she was barely thirty-two -and I took the youngsters home with me, the long waste of years behind us seemed almost as though it never had been, so completely had the

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