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door. It was deserted; he passed through to Noel's room; but that too was empty. The wardrobe stood open as if it had been hastily ransacked, and her dressing-table was bare. In alarm he went to the bell and pulled it sharply. The oldfashioned ring of it jingled out far below. The parlour-maid came up.
`Where are Miss Noel and Nurse, Susan?'
`I didn't know you were in, sir. Miss Noel left me this note to give you. They-I...'
Pierson stopped her with his hand. `Thank you, Susan; get me some tea, please.' With the note unopened in his hand, he waited till she was gone. His head was going round, and he sat down on the side of Noel's bed to read:

`DARLING DADDY,
`The man who came this morning told me of what is going to happen. I simply won't have it. I'm sending Nurse and baby down to Kestrel at once, and going to Leila's for the night, until I've made up my mind what to do. I knew it was a mistake my coming back. I don't care what happens to me, but I won't have you hurt. I think it's hateful of people to try and injure you for my fault. I've had to borrow money from Susan-six pounds. Oh! Daddy dear, forgive me.
`Your loving NOLLIE.'

He read it with unutterable relief; at all events he knew where she was-poor, wilful, rushing, loving-hearted chlid; knew where she was, and could get at her. After his bath and some tea, he would go to Leila's and bring her back. Poor little Nollie, thinking that by just leaving his house she could settle this deep matter! He did not hurry, feeling decidedly exhausted, and it was nearly eight before he set out, leaving a message for Gratian, who did not as a rule come in from her hospital till past nine.
The day was still glowing, and now, in the cool of evening, his refreshed senses soaked up its beauty. `God has to

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