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lie also loved her. His mar
riage with her was a romance. It
was to him that Mrs. John Jay
White, the stricken mother, first
.turned when gripped by the fear
that something had happened to
And Suydam answered the call.
So furiously anxious for the wo
man he no longer could call wife
was he, that he ran down and al
most killed a man on the' way.
Suydam's roses were the only
flowers that covered her bier.
Whatever Suydam may have
been; whatever he may have
done; however much he may have
lived the life of the idle, sensation-seeking
rich, there is much
in his conduct that must be ad
mired. The letter he wrote to the wo
man who had been his wife the
day after she married Noble
Mrs. .Louise Suydam Noble.
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