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IN WHICH CHARITY SUFFERETH LONG

quite sufficient to predispose her in that misjudged hero's favour.
In her heart of hearts Miss Gaymer was just a little eprise with Mr Haliburton, and, as becomes one who is above such things, just a little ashamed of the fact. She had found something rather compelling in his dark eyes and silky ways, but, being anything but a susceptible young person, rather resented her own weakness. Still, the fact remained. She had seen a good deal of Mr Haliburton in London-how, she could hardly explain, though possibly Mr Haliburton could have done so-and had listened, not altogether unmoved, to tales of a patrimony renounced for Art's sake, of an ancestral home barred by a hot-headed but lovable "old pater" ; and to various reflections, half-humorous, half-pathetic, on the subject of what might have been if this world were only a juster place. Joan, who did not know that Mr Haliburton's ancestral home had been situated over a tobacconist's shop somewhere between the back of. Oxford Street and Soho Square, and that his "old pater" had but lately retired from the post of head waiter at a theatrical restaurant in Maiden Lane, in order to devote his undivided attention to the more perfect colouring of an already carnelian proboscis, felt distinctly sorry for her romantic friend. When a young girl begins to feel sorry for a man, the position is full of possibilities ; and when heavy-handed and purblind authority steps in and forbids the banns, so to

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