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bank, in a lump, by my uncle himself the day before he sailed. Why he did it I cari t imagine. He must have changed his plans suddenly. All I know is that he has put me in a very tight place as a trustee, and you in a much tighter one as a suitor, Mr Haliburton !"
He took the cheque from the hands of the demoralised Haliburton, and closed the dispatch-box.
There was a long silence. At length Hughie said
" I presume I may take it that you now desire to withdraw from this engagement?"
" You may!" said Mr Haliburton emphatically. He was too deeply chagrined to play his part any longer.
Hughie surveyed him critically.
" You're a direct rascal, Spratt," he said; " you are no more hypocritical than you need be. But you're a rascal for all that. Well, I won't keep you. Good afternoon!"
But Mr Haliburton's quick-moving brain had been taking in the altered situation, with its strong and weak points so far as he himself was concerned. He had not lived by his wits twenty years for nothing.,
" I suppose," he observed, reseating himself on the corner of the writing-table, "it would be indiscreet to inquire from what source the young lady, with a capital of one hundred pounds sterling, is at present deriving an income of apparently three or four hundred a-year ?"

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