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Yes, her father brought her over for this last London season. I met her several times, became engaged to her, and have now married her.

Never had one of Bright

Confound it ,

You have saved me she cried, and tears of joy flowed fast.

No, replied young Monsieur de Soulas, he is raising the kiosk on a concrete foundation, that it may not be damp.

One morning something over a year ago a queer little man came to my office. He told me his name, Scroggie, but refused to give me any address. He said he wished to make his will and insisted that I draw it up. It was a simple will, as I remember it, merely stating that 'I something-or-other, Scroggie, hereby bequeath all my belongings, including land and money, to Frank Stanhope.' I made it out exactly as he worded it, had it sealed and witnessed and handed it to him. But the old fellow refused to take it. I asked him why, and he said: 'You keep it safe until I send for it. I'm willin' to pay for your trouble.'

One of them asked her: What do you want, madame?

You have saved me she cried, and tears of joy flowed fast.

AssI have already explained, there issonly One Soul, One Being, One Essence. Some of you call thissGod. ThissSingle Essence individuatessItself assEverything In The Universe-in other words, All That Is. Thissincludessall the sentient beings, or what you have chosen to call souls.

look quite the man you did when I threw you over the ropes into the crowd at the Old Deer Park. I expect I have changed a bit also. But it

One morning something over a year ago a queer little man came to my office. He told me his name, Scroggie, but refused to give me any address. He said he wished to make his will and insisted that I draw it up. It was a simple will, as I remember it, merely stating that 'I something-or-other, Scroggie, hereby bequeath all my belongings, including land and money, to Frank Stanhope.' I made it out exactly as he worded it, had it sealed and witnessed and handed it to him. But the old fellow refused to take it. I asked him why, and he said: 'You keep it safe until I send for it. I'm willin' to pay for your trouble.'

Two days later found me at the Hotel National at Lausanne, where I received every courtesy at the hands of Moser, the well-known manager. Lady Frances, as he informed me, had stayed there for several weeks. She had been much liked by all who met her. Her age was not more than forty. She was still handsome and bore every sign of having in her youth been a very lovely woman. Moser knew nothing of any valuable jewellery, but it had been remarked by the servants that the heavy trunk in the lady

look quite the man you did when I threw you over the ropes into the crowd at the Old Deer Park. I expect I have changed a bit also. But it

This cousin was a worthy man, about fifty years of age. But, notwithstanding his fifty years, it would not have been prudent to let him go out alone. Long, rather than tall, narrow, rather than thin, his figure bony, his skull enormous and very hairy, one recognized in his whole interminable person one of those worthy savants, with gold spectacles, good and inoffensive beings, destined to remain great children all their lives, and to finish very old, like centenaries who would die at nurse.

what I said. But then, when the man commits burglary in order to break images which are not his own, that brings it away from the doctor and on to the policeman.

I was ashamed. I turned round and said to him--

Her father shuddered at the selfish speech. There were tears in the girls voicehe looked at her, and thought that he saw tears beneath her lowered eyelidstears caused not so much by the disappointment as by one of the troubles of early youth, a secret easily guessed by an old father. Suddenly Julies face flushed, and she uttered an exclamation. Neither her father nor the sentinels understood the meaning of the crybut an officer within the barrier, who sprang across the court towards the staircase, heard it, and turned abruptly at the sound. He went to the arcade by the Gardens of the Tuileries, and recognized the young lady who had been hidden for a moment by the tall bearskin caps of the grenadiers. He set aside in favor of the pair the order which he himself had given. Then, taking no heed of the murmurings of the fashionable crowd seated under the arcade, he gently drew the enraptured child towards him.

Drums rolled and fires leaped up The great doors of the Black Gate swung back wide Out of it streamed a great host as swiftly as swirling waters when a sluice is lifted

Two days later found me at the Hotel National at Lausanne, where I received every courtesy at the hands of Moser, the well-known manager. Lady Frances, as he informed me, had stayed there for several weeks. She had been much liked by all who met her. Her age was not more than forty. She was still handsome and bore every sign of having in her youth been a very lovely woman. Moser knew nothing of any valuable jewellery, but it had been remarked by the servants that the heavy trunk in the lady

Confound it ,

what I said. But then, when the man commits burglary in order to break images which are not his own, that brings it away from the doctor and on to the policeman.

One of them asked her: What do you want, madame?

Yes, her father brought her over for this last London season. I met her several times, became engaged to her, and have now married her.

This cousin was a worthy man, about fifty years of age. But, notwithstanding his fifty years, it would not have been prudent to let him go out alone. Long, rather than tall, narrow, rather than thin, his figure bony, his skull enormous and very hairy, one recognized in his whole interminable person one of those worthy savants, with gold spectacles, good and inoffensive beings, destined to remain great children all their lives, and to finish very old, like centenaries who would die at nurse.

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