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PART II - CHAPTER III
THE IRONY OF INSPIRED MOMENTS

`Aren't you going to leave off-and be-amiable?'
'Amiable?'
`You are a jolly torment. What 's upset you now?'
`Nay, it 's not I who am upset.'
'I 'm glad to hear it-what do you call yourself?'
'I?-nothing.'
`Oh, well, I 'm going, then.'
`Must you?-so early to-night?'
He did not go, and she played more and more softly, languidly, aimlessly. Once she lifted her head to speak, but did not say anything.
`Look here!' he ejaculated all at once, so that she started, and jarred the piano: ` What do you mean by it?'
She jingled leisurely a few seconds before answering, then she replied :
'What a worry you are!'
`I suppose you want me out of the way while you sentimentalize over that milkman. You needn't bother. You can do it while I'm here. Or I'll go and leave you in peace. I'll go and call him back for you, if you like-if that 's what you want
She turned on the piano stool slowly and looked at him. smiling faintly.
'It is very good of you!' she said.
He clenched his fists and grinned with rage.
`You tantalizing little-' he began, lifting his fists expressively. She smiled. Then he swung round, knocked several hats flying off the stand in the hall, slammed the door, and was gone.
Lettie continued to play for some time, after which she went up to her own room.
Leslie did not return to us the next day, nor the day after. The first day Marie came and told us he had gone away to Yorkshire to see about the new mines that were being sunk there, and was likely to be absent for a week or so. These business visits to the north were rather frequent. The firm, of which Mr. Tempest was director and chief shareholder, were opening important new mines in the other county, as the seams at home were becoming exhausted or unprofitable. It was proposed that Leslie

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