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VARIUM ET MUTABILE

man of a long-promised tete-a-tete on the river to go and play at shop in a plantation with the under-keeper's children. She would shed tears over harrowing but unconvincing narratives of destitution at the back door. She was kind to plain girls-which attractive girls sometimes are not-and servants adored her, which is a good sign of anybody.
She was lavishly generous ; indeed, it was never safe for her girl friends to express admiration, however discreet, for anything belonging to her, for she had an embarrassing habit of tearing off articles of attire or adornment and saying "I'll give it to you!" with the eagerness and sincerity of a child.
And her code of honour was as strict' as a schoolboy's - than which no more can be said, A secret was safe with her. She had once promptly and permanently renounced the friendship of a particular crony of her own, who boasted to her, giving names and details, of a proposal of marriage which she had recently refused.
In short, Miss Joan Gaymer strongly resembled the young lady who in times long past was a certain poetical gentleman's Only Joy. She was sometimes forward, sometimes coy-sometimes, be it added, detestable-but she never failed to please -or rather, to attract, which is better still.
Mrs Jack Leroy spared neither age nor sex on the night of the Hunt Ball. Her husband, Hughie,

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