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to, the countess, dressed for her drive, sent for Jose. When he came into the drawing-room, wearing his pale grey livery with such an air, she could not deny that he was very good to look upon. If he had not been her own coachman-well, it was not the moment for ideas of that sort. He stood before her, holding himself easily, but with a gallant swagger. There was nothing servile in his bearing.
" A Greek god," the countess murmured to herself. "It is only Andalusia that can produce such types." And then aloud: "I hear that you are going to marry the daughter of the Duchess of Dos Palos."
" If the countess does not object."
She shrugged her shoulders.
" Whoever you marry is a matter of complete indifference to me. You know of course that Dona Pilar will have no fortune."
" Yes, madam. I have a good place and I can keep my wife. I love her."
" I can't blame you for that. She is a beautiful girl. But I think it only right to tell you that I have a rooted objection to married coachmen. On your wedding-day you leave my service. That is all I had to say to you. You can go."
She began to look at the daily paper that had just arrived from Paris, but Jose, as she expected, did not stir. He stared down at the floor. Presently the countess looked up.
" What are you waiting for?"
" A never knew madam would send me away," he answered in a troubled tone.
" I have no doubt you'll find another place."
" Yes, but . . ."
" Well, what is it?" she asked sharply.
He sighed miserably.
" There's not a pair of mules in the whole of Spain to come up to ours. They're almost human beings. They understand every word I say to them."
The countess gave him a smile that would have turned the

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