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VERONICA TAKES A HAND

there. Her efforts had not been rewarded, though she had seen someone !
On the day after her lover had nearly given her his ring-the same day Bunny and Ajax sought to explore the mill and met with such a disastrous fate-she had peeped through the garden fence just at the time they were climbing in through the window. Her first feeling had been one of alarm, for she could not see who they were ; so she turned and ran, and never stopped till she got back home. Once there however, she tried to work it all out. Who were these young men-and where was her lover? But, from whatever angle she approached the question, she was always left without an answer ; and she had never seen him again. No wonder she was sad. Veronica noticed this at once.
" Why are you looking so pale, dear," she asked the Princess, as they sped on their way towards Cambridge.
And then Yolanda told her all about it. ...
Veronica was amazed at the story. That the Princess should have fallen in love with a strange young man, of whom she knew nothing, was a thing she would never have believed had she not heard it from Yolanda's own lips.
" But my dear, you don't even know his name," she gasped.
" I know," whispered the other girl. "But he was so like my Carl of old, that I could not help loving him. He made me think that my dream had come true, after all this horror and tragedy. Can you blame me, Veronica? I have been starved for want of love all my life."
Veronica did not say anything. She had never seen Ivan, nor had his likeness to Carl been impressed on her. She was, however, essentially a practical girl, and though she loved Ajax dearly, this abandoned sur

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