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happy. I only wish I could do it again, then I should feel some use. Good night, dear; and if you want anything, knock on the wall. I'm next door. Bless you!' She saw that the girl was greatly moved, underneath her pale mask; and went out astonished at her niece's powers of selfcontrol.
But she did not sleep at all well; for in imagination she kept on seeing Noel turning from side to side in the big bed, and those great eyes of hers staring at the dark.

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The meeting of the brothers Pierson took place at the dinner-hour, and was characterized by a truly English lack of display. They were so extremely different, and had been together so little since early days in their old Buckinghamshire home, that they were practically strangers, with just the potent link of far-distant memories in common. It was of these they talked, and about the war. On this subject they agreed in the large, and differed in the narrow. For instance, both thought they knew about Germany and other countries, and neither of course had any real knowledge of any country outside their own; for, though both had passed through considerable tracts of foreign ground at one time or another, they had never remarked anything except its surface, its churches, and its sunsets. Again, both assumed that they were democrats, but neither knew the meaning of the word, nor felt that the working man could be really trusted; and both revered Church and King. Both disliked conscription, but considered it necessary. Both favoured Home Rule for Ireland, but neither thought it possible to grant it. Both wished for the war to end, but were for prosecuting it to Victory, and neither knew what they meant by that word. So much for the large. On the narrower issues, such as strategy, and the personality of their country's leaders, they were opposed. Edward was a

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