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" Stand corn," remarked a voice from behind the Sporting Life.
" Thank you, dear : that's just it. You see, Hughie, men egg her on-they're all alike : Jack and Mr D'Arcy are as bad as any - and she gets excited and carried away, and occasionally she does something stupid and conspicuous. Five minutes later she is bitterly ashamed, and comes and cries her heart out to me. People know nothing about that, of course : all they do know is that she did the stupid thing, and they call her a forward little cat and a detestable imp. Don't you believe them, Hughie !
" Then you'll find her absurdly impulsive and generous : you could have the clothes off her back if you wanted them. The other day she came home in floods of tears because of a story which a beggar-woman with a baby had told her. It was the usual sort of story, but it was quite enough for Joey. She had carried the baby herself for about two miles, and given the mother all the money she had, and made her promise faithfully to come and see me neat

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