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delicious things like that ! All the hot Southern blood of the man by her side responded to Veronica's charms when thus challenged by Nature at her best. Still! it was not any consideration for the finer instincts of life that held him back-but an awful fear. All the superstitious awe of his race had found fertile ground in his already conscience-striken mind, and a great dread had overcome him. Even though his blood stirred with the romance that was in the air, his heart was cold with the terror lurking in the darkness beyond. What did that darkness hide? The strains of the stringed orchestra filtered down to them as they stood at that very same bend of the river where Bunny and Ajax sprawled that day they met Mr. Bernaldi for the first time. Veronica felt a little sad as the unhappiness of her companion radiated to herself ; and a sort of motherly feeling took possession of her.
" What is the matter Carl?" she ventured at last. "Why are you so sad?"
The man by her side did not reply at once. He looked away at the happy scene before them on the river, where the flower of England's youth passed joyfully to and fro before his eyes in gaily lighted craft, and he sighed. He was feeling dreadfully sorry for himself !
Here was the chance he had sought so often in his heart ; when in the stillness of his own soul he had planned to get this girl for his own. This was the moment he had wanted so badly. And, as his pulses quickened at the thought, a great desire began to tear down the barrier of Fear. Come what may he would take the risk. She should be his! . .. Heaven alone knows what was in his mind at that moment, for it never came to anything. In the distance, coming slowly towards them, was a tallish figure dressed in

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