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PART II - CHAPTER IV
KISS WHEN SHE 'S RIPE FOR TEARS

Lettie did-with brevity.
We walked over the hills and down into Greymede. Meg thought she ought to go home to her grandmother, and George bade her go, saying he would call and see her in an hour or so.
The dear girl was disappointed, but she went unmurmuring. We left Alice with a friend, and hurried home through Selsby to escape the after-church parade.

As you walk home past Selsby, the pit stands up against the west, with beautiful tapering chimneys marked in black against the swim of sunset, and the head-stocks etched with tall significance on the brightness. Then the houses are squat in rows of shadow at the foot of these high monuments.
`Do you know, Cyril,' said Emily, `I have meant to go and see Mrs. Annable-the keeper's wife-she 's moved into Bonsart's Row, and the children come to school-Oh, it's awful l-they 've never been to school, and they are unspeakable.'
`What's she gone there for?' I asked.
' I suppose the squire wanted the Kennels-and she chose it herself. But the way they live-it 's fearful to think of!'
`And why haven't you been?'
`I don't know-I 've meant to-but Emily stumbled.
`You didn't want, and you daren't?'
'Perhaps not-would you?'
' Pah-let 's go now!-There, you hang back.'
`No, I don't,' she replied sharply.
`Come on, then, we'll go through the twitchel. Let me tell Lettie.'
Lettie at once declared 'No!'-with some asperity.
'All right,' said George. 'I 'll take you home.' But this suited Lettie still less.
` I don't know what you want to go for, Cyril,' she said, `and Sunday night, and everybody everywhere. I want to go home.'
'Well-you go, then-Emily will come with you.' 'Ha !' cried the latter, `you think I won't go to see her.'

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