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PART III - CHAPTER IV
DOMESTIC LIFE AT THE 'RAM'

him near to the flowers again till he knocked the spire with his hand and two indignant bees came sailing out. Emily drew back quickly crying in alarm, then laughing with excited eyes at me, as if she had just escaped a peril in my presence. Thus she teased me by flinging me all kinds of bright gages of love while she kept me aloof because of the child. She laughed with pure pleasure at this state of affairs, and delighted the more when I frowned, till at last I swallowed my resentment and laughed too, playing wiih the hands of the baby, and watching his blue eyes change slowly like a softly sailing sky.
Presently Meg called us in to tea. She wore a dress of fine blue stuff with cream silk embroidery, and she looked handsome, for her hair was very hastily dressed.
`What, have you had that child all this time?' she exclaimed, on seeing Emily. 'Where is his father?'
` I don't know-we left him in the stable, didn't we, Cyril ? But I like nursing him, Meg. I like it ever so nrucii,' replied Emily.
'Oh, yes, you may be sure George would get off it if iie could. He's always in the stable. As I tell him, he fair stinks of horses. He 's not that fond of the children, I can tell you. Come on, my pet-why, come to its mammy.'
She took the baby and kissed it passionately, and extravagant love to it. A clean-shaven young man thick- bare arms went across the yard.
'Here, just look and tell George as tea is ready,' said Meg.
'Where is he?' asked Uswald, the sturdy youth who attended to the farm business.
'You know where to find him,' replied Meg, with that careless freedom which was so subtly derogatory to her husband.
George came hurrying from the out-building. `What, is it tea already?' said he.
`It 's a wonder you haven't been crying out for it this last hour,' said Meg.
'It 's a marvel you 've got dressed so quick,' he replied.
'Oh, is it?' she answered-'well, it 's not with any of your help that I've done it, that is a fact. Where 's Teenie

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