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I the quivering line out elm-trees, I had decided He whooled forward I fautenil, Ind! sat down. - ’
, to ‘So to Stonehenge. with the lull light or the tire upon me. I ma ,
-if“ y trunks were men Ind waiting in the hardly done so when run. Gwynne bent her. “
hsll. When Doctor YyrilIppeIred on the fol- thin body and clutched me hi the arm. net-'=‘-,
I lowing datlwentdown tohini in my trIvelirig- eyes were dilated, her teeth c altering in her" - ,
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"’ “"‘ CHAPTER 1- “I do not comprehend.” went down the gate together. Into it, from far from well. 1 line told you her nInie .1-
Ir was very odd. All day long that (see had “it occurs to me, Miss Arklay.-that I have the Oit%llI'B that Ilwsas destined never to renew, rsI‘d -Esther Arlilsy."
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assed and repsesed before my eyes<all day it among my patients. a lady who is in want oi’ s fro p of the seminary that had ook ather. ‘Felix-look at her, and tell me
had iiitted in and out of mv aching brain, liko compsn-ionethe voice, the life, the presence of been my oine for eight years, I was borne rap- is she not like this 7" ,,
some persistent 1115119-l'l1Oli1: And et it was something young. - n s ril would be libs idi away. I Ifollawed the motion other handas she dung
only the face of I cfanciug-girl that had seen oral, your duties so light that t oy could in no it I narrow green point. by the month oltho ltsnddenly upward. Above the carved mantel-
one night. months betore, in an opors-I hold, way retard yo recovery. The place isppen to river that came tumbling turbid end strong into icon I icture in ii vIl (rains was hanging,
bright piece of color, with I star on the Iore- you, ifzlouwill have it. Do you think it worth the sea, stood Stonehenge. It was I Gotliio alfin ii adow and halflnliizht. It was the taco
' - head. and a pair of black eyes that had watched your w le to think the matter over?" cottage, built of dun-colored stone-I charming ofs man in early youth, radiant with Ihanxhty,
‘v)v<' me wickedly in my soat own ant
. in the par net. '- There Is a likeness."
I was standing now a admitted Doctor o ix.
my de k, ith Ml open gravely, "I strong one;
‘but uch accidents Ir ‘
like this." 2
dabout e emcm- her chair. I ea or
herofputtingoutshand I use hm-‘thin white
bbriish away that dqn- and slowly across her
- just under my burning
eyelids. her short. foamy
V d;;‘ii,7ld-:1;‘;irl> tau-.-neg,
her arms bare to the
llestionintl pertiu scity.
%lien sudden darkness
orerspraad the hall; the
outlines of desks and
t . tun tothe our-andl ,
‘‘'.”‘i fell 'h“- . . lit
, I lay for a time quite m, “H, W.
I W=0“"‘0.““‘ ‘‘‘’'‘v “V dear. sw t eyosAtIlk
d9g1'e95r '1 X‘ to no with your glad
-4‘ W 71“? m“ “0‘7"‘e1".’ 7 ouug voice; i-on are
A MN 3 3 hmg hke-so very like some .
EH1-3“m9b0dJs "3" thing Ive lost.”
cool in clI‘P. n 1 . .
Eneiilag them hriglilny‘; 81 .. , W
I VGICQV I i It
aiir, mellow voice. It 336;,“ ‘W ‘ “W1
I to Its . I am
'that I shall be con-
" Then." and Mn.
sii : . "us
“Who is this young n
girl 7" .
“ One of the assistan
nds. sir. ,
I . liafve hglgrd that she was msrossn anovs: rm: exist or scanner, aim i saw -rear sex was COMING
' a mm on." ‘ dd I to ta]
1 moved my head on the arm’t.hat hold it: I M brain was still giddy; (or. as he spnko, spot of’asul:nmel"s da . I wild. eerie place in I the far East, and I plagcile-iiitcsffdycit thxegol
V opened my eyes. It was I mansface that was the dancing-girl's face grew suddenly out of the winter s storm“ Eary and late the ladenod where he had once labored. lilrs. dwynna
handing over nie-brown, boarded. andrw-1th I space between us. I saw it again. and now i schoonors scui-no ast it on th river; early lookodu quic y. ,
‘ troubled look shout the drawn rows. w s oldin that man apart from iris. and there and lIto the waterfowl screainod Iroun it in " What sent you to Galcuth that year Y‘ aha
i "’What is it? I asked, confusedly. "Am I was nine mg smile upon the lips. I start- Nlanzlaierlill %I!i;shes'.hIndhIieau salt scents were nae; d. d
' ' e u. wa npwir om es are. ‘at’ s he s.
g l at Vary ill l” he Inswere . “fake it away-ah,>!tall;:lit sway l” I cried. A eve of silver poplar ‘trees IiISiUe!!tIsthe “I illcd ‘ hnto do‘ and much to forget. I
A Lri-rrfs i>a1"rsii orox rim wank -ms onsiia or a scaliurr rsirun iiv a iionirn GRAY nar-or A noarmwnssss or can more, wail]. n the midst of
< his tea drinking he be-
d I muc
I put out mavi hand. gm ing for the book I had He caught me on hi ’ I. house from the bitin east wind-n.Iud wsstvrardto chose the East because it olfernd me the hard.
dropped. I d not see I had he carried " I poor 1: (1. what is it ?" the river stretched I awn, wherothe red aunseta eat to .
He rrested the hand. and Its tered out the tcflllllllhllliiflncy that had lingered long Ind low and dowers '
t. I haunted me through the da e iv
. . aw in “Noll has gone to New ort." answered M
g yril lifted his m the 0 us; " he will returnlhy Iaho last train." "‘
klsy," he ea‘ “yousre overworked I strange, discordant ring in it. I looked up in “ Mrs. 0 ans ?" he rsnaried, shortly, of the Doctor Felix advanced I step nearer Sllywglliiiorw‘
, p nor or . s. " Miss Arklay,” he said ‘ is th ‘
You must have rest Ind change It once, if you . You must go to lstonehonge at once," he She is waiting for you,” the girl answered. more that I can do for you an “Imus
r‘. . . would live." , said, sharply. “Let there be no useless de- ‘He pushed open the green baizs door on the The grateful tears leaped into my eyes.
‘ 3 ‘ 5 , y . lays. Ionr nerves are shattered. ‘But s IA‘ right and went in,’ beckoning nie tofollow. "llothiug more.”
’ “ Best and change for me are simply iuipos- it is but fair to tell you now that this patient er A smallrooui. with I pzlowin grate, Indlclose llis dark, handsome lacs ulossd tlriuly on
Sibley mine is strange and eccentric. ll:-r residence drawn curtains or purple ail . The vrainscot mine. .
u ! down thorn among the rocks and the nisrstit-I was paneled with lrsgrant cedar wood, the door “ Go out into the sunshine and air to-morrow '
' "They demand time and money-I have none you my dad I tritlo doll-not altogether like covered with dirk tap:-atry. - Eon mun: grow “you p. A50“ “L be bl”;
. to s are.” I 0‘I‘xio. ” “ In anvoasy chair before the are, Mrs. Gvgynns era. and 0 not let ra. Gwynne startle on.
re urded me with I curious. prolonged Eomeehouiel I echoed. I never had I wss sittingquite alone. As the door opens .she Grief rarely kills. but it has killed her. Ihil
" 3' ' 00 disordered intellect. and
was silent for sheltered plots. Doctor
his voice had earns 13. S s arose and Buttered o
X -worn out; your vitality is at the lowest ebb. his face, and saw that it was like ashes. servant who opened the
T in‘, began to wal hack and orth before me, “ith that Doctor Wyril went his way. and far ited worrian in black, with I widow's as ‘on her prematurely, is but the host of
- like one in perplexed thought. I remenlibor into the nightl sat at the‘ window or my httlo hits air. an rich rofdes or lace slia ng her t e a autllul llirs. Gwynne thus; 1“.
still the vt-ry sound of his slow, evou stop I orig dDl'I'nIDOfI’ ‘H “J t wit‘ ’ ‘ 1 She tnmod toward us with I
the door, tho very shadow oi his dark, thin. son- ma lay ast asleep on or pi how-‘ast ere.IIn< siltgl: ar y;wlstl'ul.and ex ectant lll';‘ V He moved to go. His hand on. on ‘he do"
9 am" 1-we on the wall. settle . unwittinizly.Iniy w 0 eduture. h rt? rls.d wynue. said t e doctor-, this is the when Mrs. Ow-y-nag ndum-,3] “mud him in
, " to understand that you have no. called the years that had asse in lbesd-or ran. young I yofwhoni I told you-Miss Artlav. great agitation: ”
ti-lends 1" he liked. tlrst as a drlltlflng pnglli, a %rw?r<.i is a n 51- “She bowed, like the slate y old gentlew man " Doctor Felix, she robbed underher breath.
.. nu... . ‘ ingteachor. thong t or t e u are praising ‘I. s‘ e was. I nhnn1a'ion 1,,“ o(.unhmsawmn x “'9
what unsithsr time nor money he required upon mo. toilsome, Iud ml. and colorless. tins Miss 'A.rklIy is welcome. (let I chair. Doc- 9 love of God, have pity, and $5”: ii
’ to give you the change you need? before the moon was up over the city roofs an Felix.
to me I''