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PART II - CHAPTER VI
THE COURTING

`But tha does-say now, tha does.'
`I should 'a' thought you'd 'a' known, without telling.' `Nay, but, I want to hear thee.' 'Go on,' she said, and she kissed him.
`But what should you do if I went to Canada and left you?'
`Ah-you wouldn't do that.'
'But I might-and what then?'
`Oh, I don't know what I should do. But you wouldn't do it, I know you wouldn't-you couldn't.' He quickly put his anns round her and kissed her, moved by the trembling surety of her tone:
`No, I wouldna-I 'd niver leave thee-tha 'd be as miserable as sin, shouldna ta, my duck?'
`Yes,' she murmured.
`Ah,' he said, `tha'rt a waim little thing-tha loves me, eh?'
`Yes,' she murmured, and he pressed her to him, and kissed her, and held her close.
'We'll be married soon, my bird-are ter glad?-in a bit-tha 'rt glad, aren't ta ? '
She looked up at him as if he were noble. Her love for him was so generous that it beautified him.
He had to walk his bicycle home, being unable to ride; his shins, I know, were a good deal barked by the pedals.

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