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BY THE AUTHOR OF
'HANDS NOT HEARTS, THE REVELATIONS
OF A COMMONPLACE MAN, ETC.
JOHN W. PARKER AND SON, WEST STRAND.
She only said, 'My life is dreary,
was standing by her window, abstractedly watching the driving clouds and thinking of the possible . result of the morning's interview, when Mordaunt suddenly entered. It needed no great discernment to read his countenance, or the fervent How shall I ever thank you enough!
'I am very well rewarded already,' she answered, quickly, by that bright look and cheerful tone. You have succeeded ?'
'Not quite in realizing a fortune yet,' he replied, but in obtaining employment. And oh! the relief of serving Sir Mark instead of those low tyrants.
I don't mean to say I