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...musing and abstracted air; "no one has so much forethought and so much energy as you."
He threw a glance at her: and immediately withdrew it. Their eyes had met: hers were kind and calm.
"And this Egremont," said Morley rather hurriedly and abruptly, and looking on the ground, "how came he here? When we discovered him yesterday your father and myself agreed that we should not mention to you the--the mystification of which we had been dupes."
"And you did wrong," said Sybil.There is no wisdom like frankness.Had you told me, he would not have been here today. He met and addressed me, and I only recognised an acquaintance who had once contributed so much to the pleasantness of our life. Had he not accompanied me to this door and met my father, which precipated an explanation on his part which he found had not been given by others, I might have remained in an ignorance which hereafter might have produced inconvenience."
"You are right," said Morley, looking at her rather keenly. "We... Disraeli, Benjamin
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