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IN WHICH CHARITY SUFFERETH LONG

"Joey," said Hughie, " I don't like the idea of your taking up with that chap."
On the whole, it could not have been put worse.
" It seems to me," said Miss Gaymer scornfully, "that it's not women who are spiteful, but men. I wonder why every male I know is so down on poor Mr Haliburton. Silly children like Binks and Cherub I can understand, but you, Hughie-you ought to be above that sort of thing. What's the matter with the man, that you all abuse him so? Tell me ! "
Hughie's reply to this tirade was lame and unconvincing. The modern maidei-i is so amazingly worldly-wise on various matters on the subject of, which she can have had no other informant than her own intuitions, that she is apt to scout the suggestion that there are certain phases of life of which happily she as yet knows nothing ; and any attempt to hint the same to her is scornfully greeted as a piece of masculine superiority. Consequently Joey thought she knew all about Mr Haliburton ; wherein she was manifestly wrong, but not altogether to be blamed ; for when your knowledge of human nature, so far as it goes, is welinigh perfect, it is difficult for you to believe that it does not go all the way.
It was a most unsatisfactory conversation. All Hughie did was to reiterate his opinion of Mr Haliburton without being able (or willing) to furnish any fresh facts in support of it ; and the

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