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opinion of the other. Most of us have the right stuff concealed in us somewhere, however heavily it may be overlaid by folly or vanity or desire to make a show. There are few men who do not improve on acquaintance, once you get right through the veneer.
Poor Lance, struggling in deep waters, suddenly discovered in the dour and undemonstrative Hughie a cheerful helper and-most precious of all to a proud nature -an entirely uncritical confidant. Hughie on his part discovered what he had rather doubted before-namely, that Lance was a man. Moreover, he presently laid bare a truly human and rather sad tale of genuine ability and secret ambition, heavily handicapped by youthful. cock. sureness and want of ballast.
They discussed many things in that dingy bedroom. Lance's past ; Uncle Jimmy's little allowance, mortgaged many years in advance ; the creditors to whom, together with the law of the land, he was indebted for the presence beneath his roof of the versatile Mr Mould ; his future; the journalistic work which was promised him as soon as he should be fit again ; Mrs Lance ; and also Mr Haliburton.
Joan's name was barely mentioned. Lance exhibited a newborn delicacy in the matter. His officious solicitude on his sister's behalf was dead ; he knew now that no woman need ever regret having trusted Hugh Marrable ; and he was content to leave it at that, '

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