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PART II - CHAPTER V
AN ARROW FROM THE IMPATIENT GOD

know, dear, I know; you do like to treasure up these secrets, don't you? you are greedy for all the good things just now.'
She shook her head at Lettie, and the jet ornaments on her bonnet twittered like a thousand wagging little tongues. Then she sighed, and was about to recommence her song, when she happened to turn her head and to espy a telegraph boy coming up the path.
'Oh, I hope nothing is wrong, dear-I hope nothing is wrong ! I always feel so terrified of a telegram. You 'd better not open it yourself, dear-don't, now-let your brother go.'
Lettie, who had turned pale, hurried to the door. The sky was very dark-there was a mutter of thunder.
'It 's all right,' said Lettie, trembling, `it 's only to say he 's coming to-night.'
'I 'm very thankful, very thankful,' cried the spinster. 'It might have been so much worse. I'm sure I never open a telegram without feeling as if I was opening a death-blow. I'm so glad, dear; it must have upset you. What news to take back to the village, supposing something had happened!' she sighed again, and the jet drops twinkled ominously in the thunder light, as if declaring they would make something of it yet.
It was six o'clock. The air relaxed a little, and the thunder was silent. George would be coming about seven; and the spinster showed no signs of departure; and Leslie might arrive at any moment. Lettie fretted and fidgeted, and the old woman gabbled on. I looked out of the window at the water and the sky.
The day had been uncertain. In the morning it was warm, and the sunshine had played and raced among the cloud-shadows on the hills. Later, great cloud masses had stalked up from the north-west and crowded thick across the sky; in this little night, sleet and wind and rain whirled furiously. Then the sky had laughed at us again. In the sunshine came the spinster. But as she talked, over the hill-top rose the wide forehead of the cloud, rearing slowly, ominously higher. A first messenger of storm passed darkly over the sky, leaving the way clear again.
' I will go round to Highclose,' said Lettie. `I am sure

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