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A HEART fttSTOBV*
J CONTINUED. I
Poor Lucy, bow she .tried not to
blush; and yet what a glow instantly
suffused thc tell-tale countenance sho
averted from tho scrutinizing glance
of her father.
"Hl? name is Bortine-Edward
Bertine, father-be is a very fino
. young man; everybody loves him."
"All the girls loved him like a
"And you loved bim just like a
g brother, I suppose?"
"Hum 1" "Well, what waa this very
fine young man doing at the young
ladies' boarding-school ?"
"He only came up from New Ha?
ven to pass a few mouths -with his
aunt, and to pursue his studies with
. Drj Heber. He is going back to
college very soon, I suppose."
"Going buck to college ! Ob, I
understand, I understand-some wild
scape-goat, I'll be bound, suspended
for misdemeanor-never will bo worth
a straw-never will be good for any?
thing, not he, wasting the money
-which his father toiled bard to earn,
I'll -warrant you !"
"No, indeed, father, Edward Ber?
tine is no such person, indeed he is
not," eagerly interposed Lucy.
"How do you know ? I tell you he
is. See hore, Lu, -who is this from?"
' and putting his hand in his ample
at&t pocket, Mr. Willis drew forth
the letter, holding it up, however, at
.'O, dear, dear father, please give
it to me, please do; that's a dear
father!" cried Lucy, springiug up,
her face radiant with joy, and ex?
tending her hand for the precioue
"Not so fast, little Miss Lnc\
Willis; sit down again; there is youi
letter. Now open it and read it tc
me," said Mr. Willis, passing hu
arm around her waist to prevent he:
"O, father, please let me go-in
deed, I cannot read it to you!" urge<
Lucy, the tears trembling like dew
drops on her long-fringed eye-lids.
"Well, then, I'll read it myself ; i
must be very fine. I should Uko t
read a letter from snoh a nice youn
man," said Mr. Willis, attempting t
"Father, please don't;" it is onl
"Never mind, I will see what it i
about, Lucy; you must either give m
the letter, or read it to me. I mui
know tlie contents !" and this tim
her father spoke sternly.
The poor girl dared not disobey
With trembling band she broke tb
seal, and in a voice scarcely andibh
" 'My dearest, sweet Lucy.'
".'Hum-puppy ! Go on."
" 'My dearest, sweet Luoy. T<
morrow-to-morrow, I leave for
Lucy could proceed no farther, bi
covered -with blushes, hid her face i
her father's bosom.
"Well, well, Lu, don't cry; I don
want to hear any more of such sil
stuff. There, give me the letter,
will serve nicely to light my pipe
said Mr. Willis, twisting it in h
"Father, won't you give me tl
letter-won't you, father ?" plead?
"No, Lucy ! Now go and get pe
ink and paper; this must be answe
Quite pale and frightened, si
brought her little desk and placed
on the table.
"Are you ready ?" said her fath<
"well, then, begin. 'Mr. Edward'
what's his name-Bartine ?"
" 'You aro a base, designing you
"Must I say so, father ? Indee
he is no such thing !" interrupt
Lucy, looking up all in tears.
"I say he is-go on."
" 'You are a base, designing you
man; so, although I am but a f
mer's daughter, never presume to i
dress another letter to me.'
"Have you got that ? very we
> " 'My father desires his comp
monts, and would like to try 1
strength of his new raw-hide up
your shoulders.' "
Lucy sobbed aloud.
"Now say, 'Respectfully, ver
Mr. Willis took the blotted pa,
read it, sealed and directed it, a
put it in bis pocket. Then taki
Lucy in his arms, and kissing ber,
"My darling, I would not gri
you for tho world. What I am do
is for your good, my child, thong
know you think mo very oruel;
you will thank mo some of tb
days. There, now, go to your chi
ber and lie clown awhile. KL*
Lucy pressed ber lips to his wi1
loud sob, and then, hastening nj
ber little chamber, she bolted
door, and throwing herself upon
bed, gave way to her aflliction
the first timo a tour bad blotted
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