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THE ROMANTIC YOUNG LADY

nowadays decent people have no way of protecting themselves from insult."
" I should deplore any method of settling the difficulty that deprived me of the services of an excellent coachman," murmured the countess.
" But if he marries my daughter he cannot continue to be your coachman," cried the duchess indignantly.
" Are you going to give Pilar an income for them to live on?"
" Me? Not a peseta. I told Pilar at once that she should get nothing from me. They can starve for all I care."
" Well, I should think rather than do that he will prefer to stay on as my coachman. There are very nice rooms over my stables."
The duchess went pale. The duchess went red.
" Forget all that has passed between us. Let us be friends. You can't expose me to such a humiliation. If I've ever done things to affront you I ask you on my knees to forgive me."
The duchess cried.
" Dry your eyes, Duchess," the Frenchwoman said at last. "I will do what I can."
" Is there anything you can do?"
" Perhaps. Is it true that Pilar has and will have no money of her own?"
" Not a penny if she marries without my consent."
The countess gave one of her brightest smiles.
" There is a common impression that southern people are romantic and northern people matter of fact. The reverse is true. It is the northerners who are incurably romantic. I have lived long enough among you Spaniards to know that you are nothing if not practical."
The duchess was too broken to resent openly these unpleasant remarks, but, oh, how she hated the womanl The Countess de Marbella rose to her feet.
" You shall hear from me in the course of the day."
She firmly dismissed her visitor.
The carriage was ordered for five o'clock and at ten minutes

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