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She herself too had borne the burden so long, and toiled and schemed and suffered for the cause, while this sister had always been shielded, knew nothing, cared nothing, for the cause? though indirectly she had suffered somewhat through that mistake on the part of Selinski's accomplices. Therefore this sister should give her lover to the cause; that was the thought in her mind, I am sure. She was wrong; but we must not judge her too harshly, my friend!" "God forbid!" I said huskily. A LL that was over a year ago, and now, my task done, I sit at my writing table by a western window and watch the sun, a clear red ball, sink into the Atlantic. We are at Pencarrow: for Anthony Pendennis has at last returned to his own house. He is my father in law now; for Anne and I were married in the spring and returned after a long honeymoon to Pencarrow. We found Mishka settled on a farm near, as much at home there as if he had lived in England all his life. He speaks English quite creditably, with a Cornish accent, and I hear that it won't be long before the farm has a mistress, a plump, bright eyed widow who is going to change her present name of Stiddyford for Pavloft. We are quite a family party just now; for Jim and Mary Cavlev and the baby?a smart little chap; I'm his godfather?have come down to spend Easter, and Mr. and Mrs. Treherne will drive over from Moorwin vicarage, for Mary's matchmaking in that direction worked out exactly as she wished. All is well with us, pleasant ana peacetui ana homelike?and yet? I look at a minature that lies fin the table before me and my mind drifts back to the unforgetable past. I am far away from Pencarrow?when some one comes behind my chair; a pair of soft hands are laid over my eyes. " Dreaming or working, which ?" I take the hands in mine and draw her down till she has her chin on my shoulder, her soft cheek against my face. The dusk is falling; but through it she sees the glint of the diamonds on the table and pulls her hands away. "You have been thinking of those dreadful days in Russia again!" she says reproachfully, with a queer little catch in her voice. " Why don't you forget them altogether, Maurice? Let me put this in the drawer. I hate to look at it, to see vou looking at it!" She picks - ? 1 1* ? A. _ up tUe minatvre gently enougn, sups u imo a drawer, and turns the key. "I?I know it's horrid of me, darling; but I can't help it." she whispers, kneeling beside me, her fair face upturned, a face crowned once more with a wealth of bright hair, which she dresses in a different way now?and I'm glad of that. It makes her look less like her dead sister. "I know how she suffere . and I'm n t bitter against her, reallv," she continues rapidly; "but when I think of all we had to suffer because of her, I?I can't quite forgive her, or?or forget that you loved her once; though you thought you were lovir.g me all the time!" " I did love you all the time sweetheart," I assured her. and that is true: but it is true also that I still love that dead woman as I loved her in lifer not as I love Anne, my wife, but as the page loved the Queen. I shall never tell that to Anne, though. She would not understand. THE END THREADING A NEEDLE AT A GALLOP SOME amazing feats of horsemanship have been performed bv cowboys and Indians, not to speak of those astonishingly expert Cossacks; but it is doubtful if these have ever exceeded the feat of a Rif irregular cavalryman. Cossacks have been seen to snatch a baby from its mother's arms at full gallop, toss it into the air, catch it, and repeat the performance. 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