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disconsolate In his library. Tremu
lously, on tiptoe, his daughter ap
proached. "What is the matter, papa, dear?"
she asked. "You are not angry are
you because George :Mr. Popkins
asked you for my hand?"
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he said, "but, confound him, he bor
rowed my umbrella to go home
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