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PART II - CHAPTER I
STRANGE BLOSSOMS AND STRANGE NEW BUDDING

woman, and brought it to Leslie. The face of the object was streaked with red.
"Ere sh' is, my dolly, what my dad make me-'er name's Lady Mima.'
Is it?' said Lettie, `and are these her cheeks? She Is not pretty, is she?'
' Um-sh' is. My dad says sh' is-like a lady.'
`And he gave you her rouge, did he?'
' Rouge !' she nodded.
`And you wouldn't let Sam have it?'
'No-an' mi mower says, "Dun gie 't bite me.'
`What will your father say?'
'Me dad?'
"E 'd nobbut laugh,' put in the mother, `an' say as a bite 's bett'r 'n a kiss.'
'Brute ! ' said Leslie feelingly.
`No, but 'e never laid a finger on 'em-nor me neither. But 'e's not like another man-niver tells yer nowt. He's more a stranger to me this day than 'e wor th' day I first set eves on 'im.'
'Where was that?' asked Lettie.
'When I wor a lass at th"All-an"im a new man comefair a gentleman, an' a', an' a'! An' even now can read an' talk like a gentleman-but 'e tells me nothing-Oh, nowhat am I in 'is eyes but a sludge bump?-'e 's above me,' 'e is, an' above 'is own childer. God-a-mercy, 'e 'll be in in a minute ! Come on 'ere 1'
She hustled the children to bed, swept the litter into a corner, and began to lay the table. The cloth was spotless, and she put him a silver spoon in the saucer.
We had only just got out of the house when he drew near. I saw his massive figure in the doorway, and the big, prolific woman moved subserviently about the room.
'Hallo, Proserpine-had visitors?'
' I never axed 'em-they come in 'earin' th' children crying. I never encouraged 'em-'
We hurried away into the night.
' Ah, it 's always the woman bears the burden,' said Lettie bitterly.
'If he'd helped her-wouldn't she have been a fine

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