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lips; he looked suddenly very tired. The struggle, physical and spiritual, he had been through these fifteen years, sometimes weighed him almost to the ground. Most men would have married again, but he had always felt it would be sacrilege. Though the Church permitted remarriage, real unions were for ever.
He watched his young daughter with a mixture of pleasure and perplexity. Could this be good for her? But they looked very happy; and there was so much in young creatures that he did not understand. Noel, so affectionate, and dreamy, seemed sometimes possessed of a little devil. Edward Pierson attributed those outbursts of demonic possession to the loss of her mother when she was such a mite; for Gratian, only two years older, had never taken a mother's place. That had been left to himself, and he was more or less conscious of failure.
He sat there looking up at her with whimsical distress. And, suddenly, in that dainty voice of hers, which seemed to spurn each word a little, she said: `I'm going to stop!' and, sitting down beside him, took up his hat to fan herself.
Eve struck a triumphant chord. `Hurrah! I've won!'
The young man muttered: `I say, Noel, we weren't half done!"
'I know; but Daddy was getting bored, weren't you, dear? This is Cyril Morland.'
Pierson shook the young man's hand.
`Daddy, your nose is burnt! '
'My dear; I know.'
`I can give you some white stuff for it. You have to sleep with it on all night. Uncle and Auntie both use it.'
`Nollie !'
`Well, Eve says so. If you're going to bathe, Cyril, look out for that current!'

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