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" Correct!" said Jimmy Marrable. "Proceed!"
" If," continued Hughie in an even and businesslike tone, -Joan had been prepared to marry me, the money wouldn't have mattered, as she could have had mine. Unfortunately that event did not occur."
" Did she know she hadn't any money when you asked her to marry you?" inquired Jimmy Marrable.
" No."
"And did she go on refusing you, after you had informed her she was a pauper?"
Hughie had seen this question coming from afar. He turned a delicate carmine. His uncle surveyed him, and nodded comprehendingly.
" Quite so!" he said. "Quite so! You never told her."
" No," said Hughie, " I hadn't the heart. It seemed like-like trying to coerce her into marrying me. No, I just let her imagine that she had a tidy little fortune invested, and that she could live on the interest-three hundred a-year. I-I found that sum for her, and she took it all right. After all, she was a woman, and women will swallow almost anything you tell them about money matters. If they jib at all, all you have to do is to surround yourself with a cloud of technicalities, and they cave in at once. I think

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