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me write to both of them, Edward and Jimmy?' She turned the mirror aside and took up a pen.

`My DEAR JIMMY,' she wrote:
`It will be better for us both if you take a holiday from here. Don't come again till I write for you. I'm sorry I made you so much disturbance to-night. Have a good time, and a good rest; and don't worry.
`Your . . .'

So far she had written when a tear dropped on the page, and she had to tear it up and begin again. This time she wrote to the end ...`Your Leila.'
`I must post it now,' she thought, `or he may not get it before to-morrow evening. I couldn't go through with this again.' She hurried out with it and slipped it in a pillar-box. The night smelled of flowers; and, hastening back, she lay down, and stayed awake for hours, tossing, and staring at the dark.

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Leila had pluck, but little patience. Her one thought was to get away, and she at once began settling up her affairs and getting a permit to return to South Africa. The excitements of purchase and preparationwere as good an anodyne as she could have taken. The perils of the sea were at full just then, and the prospect of danger gave her a sort of pleasure. `If I go down,' she thought, `all the better; brisk, instead of long and dreary.' But when she had the permit and her cabin was booked, the irrevocability of her step came to her with full force. Should she see him again or no? Her boat started in three days, and she must decide. If in compunction he were to be affectionate, she knew she would never keep to her decision, and then the horror would begin again, till again she was forced to this same action. She let the hours go and go till the very day before,

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