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nu ?i .- ,,.r
husl ' but the
went on m ;
s?1 LoYd Thur>o, can y< w see ti
thi places with
! y I
? up. It
was she w I
f-' at it would
>" inions, who
? i< >ns in ti md
ii the mi ' ? wanted saturday till Monday
Iways ne in dealing people, an ! lia
ii to their impossible con manner that was ciuite
. it was ; .?? ?>f Providence
Vardly was of this pai ? ked for nothing
'?? allowed to talk. happy sitting
mebody who talked si*-' as she was
by vi< ilcnt things ^ia
them. She asked qui -cr
?thei w ?uld be
a m>st happy pair.
Theodosia now t' -" ut,
her around" was ?d
? turned it was to tin?! I dy who was <
arrived and had goi The evening
was divinely warm, and dinner v I doors
in .... the pavilions. Lady i lick dresser, and
th?-uynli c"verybody else w; she und that she had
? w' ?pare after she ha her room.
So. in%tead of going at once to ?>? to Maud's room.
Maud was betwixt and between, v. - hair flow;- ely
lown her hack. and mucl ty.
"Dearest Lily."' she sai.'., "bul too awful of mc. and I
i: didn't wait. 1 wa? late h, and Late startinc after?
ward, and as there were other pi Taplow, I motored
down with them. Isn't the cotinti ?divine? Did Thti
with you" I >o stop and tall : ir five minutes. I km W
you dress like lightning. How m; ds surround you? Thn ,
is it? Oh, what fun all last week has been! You really rl
your relations a ( \nd it?s ' tablished cus' -
while j it's time for you to
1 li i sill? >k< '"
Ladv Thurso lit a cigarette, and Maud's eye, nodded
in ti? din ctii >n i ?f hei Is]
"Send her away for a few minuti ? said.
Maud gave a little gigglt of la -
d, "because Hortense
is Firnch Aren't you, : st ' you go away, please, and
com? b?i i her ladyship leaves -
? " she a?
rst, do be ver\ kii '. and tak. Theodr>sia awaj <>n
on Th is little
as ma \ be."
Maud bl ? hair ar? >ui
? ant to ? ? " she said.
? had beti
' ?1 I
! wa? an> i ?ti? about that, too,
se, if he has
: think y?ni had
th is : Ii < ke
hiirso went to 1 ? ide
Tliursi ' ?? his valet, and a sudden
ti urred to I
hi? lordship di
"No, my lady: his loi | call me when
he began," said the man.
She went to the door, tapped and entered.
"??lynn told me you weren't dressing yet,'' she saul, "and I
in I '
I d' ??
How ?i ht is! Hov
d a litt'.- 1
felt certain as
w 1..it 1
mv ??' ?
Scotland, ai \ es, II- it.
Lut I am bi iny
h >r two day
am1, after that ft ir fo 1
what vin; think."
fell 1 ?i- weaknt ss hi?
w < akm - hild makii
Tln:rs what a daru are
b< ? .ill
? h /ou to as! that
A: ? it at that '*
lie found and struck a match to lighl l rette, holding it in
hollowed hands, co thal " vividly illuminated his face. He
had changed extraordinarily little: his dark eves still had the fire
of youth in them, and his fart had neither grown stout nor atten?
uated Hi?- hair was still untouched hy gray, and a plume of it
hung as she had always remembered it, a little apart and over hit?