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Wives and Daughters (Unabridged)

  1. 1
  2. CHAPTER 1: THE DAWN OF A GALA DAY
  3. 00:05:35
  1. 2
  2. This was no unusual instance…
  3. 00:05:40
  1. 3
  2. For the first time in her life, Molly Gibson was to be included…
  3. 00:05:39
  1. 4
  2. 'We shall go back to town on Friday the 18th, ' said Lady Agnes…
  3. 00:05:39
  1. 5
  2. CHAPTER 2: A NOVICE AMONGST THE GREAT FOLK
  3. 00:04:47
  1. 6
  2. She turned hastily round not to lose another word…
  3. 00:04:24
  1. 7
  2. There was some bread, and some cold chicken, and some jelly…
  3. 00:05:34
  1. 8
  2. The housemaids came in to arrange the room.
  3. 00:05:42
  1. 9
  2. Molly was an obliging girl, and fond of children…
  3. 00:05:00
  1. 10
  2. There was an implied blame running through this speech...
  3. 00:03:36
  1. 11
  2. 'You must go and wish Lady Cumnor good-night, you know…'
  3. 00:04:18
  1. 12
  2. Once out into the park Molly struck her pony, and urged him on…
  3. 00:04:51
  1. 13
  2. CHAPTER 3: MOLLY GIBSON'S CHILDHOOD
  3. 00:04:23
  1. 14
  2. The popularity of this world is as transient as its glory…
  3. 00:03:47
  1. 15
  2. Several years before the opening of this story…
  3. 00:04:54
  1. 16
  2. Miss Eyre listened in silence, perplexed…
  3. 00:05:13
  1. 17
  2. CHAPTER 4: MR. GIBSON'S NEIGHBOURS
  3. 00:04:48
  1. 18
  2. But somehow things had changed…
  3. 00:05:02
  1. 19
  2. 'Use my purse as freely as if it was your own…'
  3. 00:05:19
  1. 20
  2. He had married a delicate fine London lady…
  3. 00:05:04
  1. 21
  2. She had not been able for many years to walk beyond her garden…
  3. 00:04:50
  1. 22
  2. Major Coxe was at some unpronounceable station…
  3. 00:04:45
  1. 23
  2. CHAPTER 5: CALF-LOVE
  3. 00:04:33
  1. 24
  2. After a little more consideration in the same strain…
  3. 00:04:37
  1. 25
  2. 'To be sure. Come in, Mr. Coxe. I was rather wanting to talk…'
  3. 00:05:19
  1. 26
  2. 'Would it tend to cure your – well! passion, we'll say…?'
  3. 00:05:07
  1. 27
  2. 'I only wish Osborne and Roger…'
  3. 00:05:25
  1. 28
  2. 'Don't you like to go? Would you rather not?'
  3. 00:05:54
  1. 29
  2. CHAPTER 6: A VISIT TO THE HAMLEYS
  3. 00:04:53
  1. 30
  2. She rose languidly, and wrapping her light shawl round her…
  3. 00:03:43
  1. 31
  2. So she began. Molly was not so much absorbed in listening…
  3. 00:04:14
  1. 32
  2. Molly tried to find out in the picture the characteristics…
  3. 00:04:29
  1. 33
  2. The squire had hitherto been too busy to talk…
  3. 00:05:12
  1. 34
  2. Molly looked out of her chamber window…
  3. 00:05:23
  1. 35
  2. She dropped her voice very soft and low…
  3. 00:03:34
  1. 36
  2. 'Mr. Osborne Hamley is very clever, is he not?' Molly asked…
  3. 00:03:29
  1. 37
  2. CHAPTER 7: FORESHADOWS OF LOVE PERILS
  3. 00:05:23
  1. 38
  2. 'I guess your request. I make it before you do…'
  3. 00:03:57
  1. 39
  2. 'She's a good girl, ' said her father, when she had danced out…
  3. 00:04:23
  1. 40
  2. All that afternoon the squire tried to steer clear of Molly…
  3. 00:04:00
  1. 41
  2. CHAPTER 8: DRIFTING INTO DANGER
  3. 00:05:06
  1. 42
  2. And this time she had nearly finished learning the poem…
  3. 00:04:57
  1. 43
  2. He was a tall powerfully-made young man…
  3. 00:05:04
  1. 44
  2. After dinner, too, the gentlemen lingered…
  3. 00:05:27
  1. 45
  2. 'Thursday, the 19th, Harriet, ' said Lady Cumnor…
  3. 00:04:19
  1. 46
  2. 'Do you think what Harriet says is true, Mary?'
  3. 00:04:24
  1. 47
  2. 'She is at school at Boulogne, I know…'
  3. 00:04:47
  1. 48
  2. CHAPTER 9: THE WIDOWER AND THE WIDOW
  3. 00:03:18
  1. 49
  2. It was a very pleasant change…
  3. 00:03:50
  1. 50
  2. A disturbance to the pleasant, even course…
  3. 00:04:55
  1. 51
  2. Mr. Gibson had been far too busy in his profession…
  3. 00:05:09
  1. 52
  2. Ashcombe was a larger estate than that near Hollingford…
  3. 00:04:36
  1. 53
  2. CHAPTER 10: A CRISIS
  3. 00:05:23
  1. 54
  2. 'Could you love her as your daughter?'
  3. 00:05:28
  1. 55
  2. They were neither of them quite as desirous…
  3. 00:04:53
  1. 56
  2. Mr. Gibson turned a little paler than he had been before.
  3. 00:04:38
  1. 57
  2. Out of the bitterness of her heart she spoke…
  3. 00:04:40
  1. 58
  2. She did not see Roger Hamley returning from the meadows…
  3. 00:05:28
  1. 59
  2. She did not take her eyes away from his…
  3. 00:05:40
  1. 60
  2. 'You will have thought me hard, ' he burst out at length…
  3. 00:04:22
  1. 61
  2. Molly was very near crying again.
  3. 00:04:58
  1. 62
  2. CHAPTER 11: MAKING FRIENDSHIP
  3. 00:04:45
  1. 63
  2. 'Because it isn't, ' said she, daring all.
  3. 00:05:28
  1. 64
  2. 'What eyes! So like your dear father's!'
  3. 00:03:52
  1. 65
  2. 'Thank you, my own love.'
  3. 00:04:13
  1. 66
  2. Molly followed Mrs. Kirkpatrick into the morning-room…
  3. 00:04:44
  1. 67
  2. Mrs. Kirkpatrick fondled the hand thus placed in hers…
  3. 00:05:16
  1. 68
  2. An old rhyme Molly had heard Betty use…
  3. 00:05:02
  1. 69
  2. 'Thank you, ' said she, her lips trembling…
  3. 00:03:15
  1. 70
  2. And the tete-a-tete was merged in a trio.
  3. 00:02:53
  1. 71
  2. CHAPTER 12: PREPARING FOR THE WEDDING
  3. 00:04:06
  1. 72
  2. But Mr. Gibson, economical as he was…
  3. 00:05:27
  1. 73
  2. Her preparations were thus in a very considerable state…
  3. 00:04:05
  1. 74
  2. Mr. Gibson winced. Jeanie was his first love…
  3. 00:03:38
  1. 75
  2. 'Nonsense, sister, ' said Miss Browning.
  3. 00:03:48
  1. 76
  2. CHAPTER 13: MOLLY GIBSON'S NEW FRIENDS
  3. 00:05:25
  1. 77
  2. 'You seem to have seen a great deal of Mr. Roger, Molly!'
  3. 00:05:16
  1. 78
  2. The next day Molly went with Miss Browning…
  3. 00:05:46
  1. 79
  2. Mr. Gibson and Molly drove over to Ashcombe…
  3. 00:05:58
  1. 80
  2. Then they went in to dinner.
  3. 00:05:14
  1. 81
  2. CHAPTER 14: MOLLY FINDS HERSELF PATRONIZED
  3. 00:03:10
  1. 82
  2. Before Molly could shape her next question…
  3. 00:04:38
  1. 83
  2. Mr. Preston came into the room just at this time…
  3. 00:05:43
  1. 84
  2. When he had left the room…
  3. 00:05:18
  1. 85
  2. 'I've brought you the wasps'-nest I promised you…'
  3. 00:05:14
  1. 86
  2. He looked round the table as he sate down.
  3. 00:04:43
  1. 87
  2. 'Oh, Molly! I thought you'd never come back…'
  3. 00:05:00
  1. 88
  2. CHAPTER 15: THE NEW MAMMA
  3. 00:05:28
  1. 89
  2. Molly bit her lips to prevent herself from saying something…
  3. 00:05:17
  1. 90
  2. One day he said to Molly, 'I wish you'd ask your mamma…'
  3. 00:05:05
  1. 91
  2. 'Don't get any dainties for me, my dear…'
  3. 00:04:11
  1. 92
  2. CHAPTER 16: THE BRIDE AT HOME
  3. 00:05:29
  1. 93
  2. After they were gone, Mrs. Gibson began…
  3. 00:04:55
  1. 94
  2. All this time the family at the Towers had been absent…
  3. 00:03:32
  1. 95
  2. Just then Squire Hamley came in.
  3. 00:04:40
  1. 96
  2. The squire was put out; and when he was put out…
  3. 00:04:36
  1. 97
  2. CHAPTER 17: TROUBLE AT HAMLEY HALL
  3. 00:04:13
  1. 98
  2. That sore had not yet healed over…
  3. 00:04:00
  1. 99
  2. 'Don't you know, at all, how the money has gone?'
  3. 00:05:47
  1. 100
  2. Osborne's name was never mentioned…
  3. 00:04:45
  1. 101
  2. Molly dreaded the squire's anger…
  3. 00:04:55
  1. 102
  2. It is not to be supposed that Molly had remained…
  3. 00:05:34
  1. 103
  2. CHAPTER 18: MR. OSBORNE'S SECRET
  3. 00:05:17
  1. 104
  2. 'I don't believe my father could raise the money…'
  3. 00:05:08
  1. 105
  2. So Molly hung about the house, trying to do all she could…
  3. 00:05:53
  1. 106
  2. After a while he said…
  3. 00:05:22
  1. 107
  2. She mounted on the ladder to get to a particular shelf…
  3. 00:05:23
  1. 108
  2. 'The drawing-room must be refurnished…'
  3. 00:04:19
  1. 109
  2. CHAPTER 19: CYNTHIA'S ARRIVAL
  3. 00:04:47
  1. 110
  2. She settled herself to her work again…
  3. 00:04:28
  1. 111
  2. Molly went into her own room, waiting to show Cynthia…
  3. 00:04:45
  1. 112
  2. Day after day the course of these small frivolities…
  3. 00:04:34
  1. 113
  2. 'I was a trouble, I daresay.'
  3. 00:03:20
  1. 114
  2. Cynthia might well say she did not consider herself…
  3. 00:04:35
  1. 115
  2. Cynthia herself appeared extremely indifferent…
  3. 00:01:40
  1. 116
  2. CHAPTER 20: MRS. GIBSON'S VISITORS
  3. 00:05:45
  1. 117
  2. Just at this moment, Molly heard the familiar sound…
  3. 00:05:45
  1. 118
  2. 'I believe in senior wranglers, ' said Cynthia…
  3. 00:05:18
  1. 119
  2. They were talking of France.
  3. 00:05:06
  1. 120
  2. CHAPTER 21: THE HALF-SISTERS
  3. 00:05:51
  1. 121
  2. 'Ah, Roger!' he said one day.
  3. 00:05:35
  1. 122
  2. Mrs. Gibson took up arms on behalf of her own daughter…
  3. 00:05:18
  1. 123
  2. Molly caught a few words occasionally in intervals…
  3. 00:05:43
  1. 124
  2. He made a face of dismay, and then went off to his duties.
  3. 00:05:45
  1. 125
  2. 'I'm very glad I yawned in his face, ' said Mr. Gibson.
  3. 00:05:40
  1. 126
  2. CHAPTER 22: THE OLD SQUIRE'S TROUBLES
  3. 00:05:15
  1. 127
  2. The remarks had come round…
  3. 00:05:13
  1. 128
  2. 'You see, all you public schoolboys…'
  3. 00:03:23
  1. 129
  2. About five minutes elapsed, spent by the hungry squire…
  3. 00:04:51
  1. 130
  2. Osborne was strongly tempted to get up and leave…
  3. 00:04:55
  1. 131
  2. 'I thought master wasn't justly himself, Mr. Osborne…'
  3. 00:04:21
  1. 132
  2. CHAPTER 23: OSBORNE HAMLEY REVIEWS HIS POSITION
  3. 00:04:59
  1. 133
  2. Then he bethought him of his poems – would they sell…?
  3. 00:04:59
  1. 134
  2. When Roger came home Osborne did not let a day pass…
  3. 00:04:13
  1. 135
  2. As yet, Roger had never seen his brother's wife…
  3. 00:03:32
  1. 136
  2. 'Not he, ' said the squire, taking the pipe out of his mouth…
  3. 00:03:50
  1. 137
  2. CHAPTER 24: MRS. GIBSON'S LITTLE DINNER
  3. 00:04:56
  1. 138
  2. 'How could you talk such nonsense, Cynthia?'
  3. 00:05:15
  1. 139
  2. Osborne had instinctively gone to stand behind Cynthia…
  3. 00:05:36
  1. 140
  2. CHAPTER 25: HOLLINGFORD IN A BUSTLE
  3. 00:05:06
  1. 141
  2. Lady Harriet came to call on her old governess…
  3. 00:05:22
  1. 142
  2. Off went Mrs. Gibson rather unwillingly…
  3. 00:05:25
  1. 143
  2. Cynthia took the utmost pains in dressing Molly…
  3. 00:05:15
  1. 144
  2. CHAPTER 26: A CHARITY BALL
  3. 00:04:24
  1. 145
  2. Probably Mr. Roscoe would have felt more aggrieved…
  3. 00:05:48
  1. 146
  2. Just at this moment the band…
  3. 00:04:50
  1. 147
  2. Mr. Preston made no reply.
  3. 00:05:05
  1. 148
  2. 'I should have felt honoured if you had accepted…'
  3. 00:05:23
  1. 149
  2. Lady Harriet, who was rather different to Miss Piper…
  3. 00:05:18
  1. 150
  2. 'I don't know about popularity or votes, ' said Molly…
  3. 00:05:18
  1. 151
  2. 'Nonsense; it would grieve papa beyond measure…'
  3. 00:03:44
  1. 152
  2. This piece of news was of great interest to Molly…
  3. 00:04:05
  1. 153
  2. CHAPTER 27: FATHER AND SONS
  3. 00:05:11
  1. 154
  2. M. Geoffroi St H – was in England now…
  3. 00:04:49
  1. 155
  2. 'How go the poems, old fellow?'
  3. 00:04:08
  1. 156
  2. All these prejudices were strengthened by his grief.
  3. 00:04:37
  1. 157
  2. CHAPTER 28: RIVALRY
  3. 00:04:55
  1. 158
  2. 'I should like it very much, ' said Osborne…
  3. 00:04:12
  1. 159
  2. But Cynthia had come across too many varieties of flirtation…
  3. 00:04:37
  1. 160
  2. Now the first person out of the house…
  3. 00:03:25
  1. 161
  2. For some reason or other, unknown to the Gibsons…
  3. 00:04:29
  1. 162
  2. 'Mr. Roger Hamley, ' was announced.
  3. 00:04:31
  1. 163
  2. 'Ah! London is the true place…'
  3. 00:05:16
  1. 164
  2. CHAPTER 29: BUSH-FIGHTING
  3. 00:04:33
  1. 165
  2. And now both Osborne and Roger had left…
  3. 00:05:31
  1. 166
  2. 'May I ask where you do spend your time…?'
  3. 00:05:06
  1. 167
  2. Then there was lunch, when everyone was merry…
  3. 00:04:52
  1. 168
  2. 'Why?' said Osborne, roused to a little curiosity…
  3. 00:05:10
  1. 169
  2. 'Nonsense! I wish you wouldn't talk so, Cynthia!'
  3. 00:04:41
  1. 170
  2. But she felt how different Roger's relation to her was.
  3. 00:04:18
  1. 171
  2. CHAPTER 30: OLD WAYS AND NEW WAYS
  3. 00:04:45
  1. 172
  2. 'But I'm a deal nearer Heaven to-day, I am.'
  3. 00:05:08
  1. 173
  2. In those days people used to speak…
  3. 00:05:37
  1. 174
  2. 'Mr. Preston, I can hardly understand what you mean…'
  3. 00:05:35
  1. 175
  2. CHAPTER 31: A PASSIVE COQUETTE
  3. 00:05:36
  1. 176
  2. In the first instance…
  3. 00:05:04
  1. 177
  2. Molly was dejected, she knew not why.
  3. 00:04:21
  1. 178
  2. It may be all very pleasant…
  3. 00:03:40
  1. 179
  2. The squire dwelt so much upon…
  3. 00:03:12
  1. 180
  2. CHAPTER 32: COMING EVENTS
  3. 00:05:27
  1. 181
  2. 'You must be married again, ' said Roger…
  3. 00:04:11
  1. 182
  2. So runs the round of life from day to day.
  3. 00:04:42
  1. 183
  2. 'Lady Harriet is coming here this morning…'
  3. 00:04:30
  1. 184
  2. Lady Harriet was sorry to miss Molly…
  3. 00:05:08
  1. 185
  2. 'Lady Harriet! I think you might have known…'
  3. 00:04:01
  1. 186
  2. 'It seems to me a very laudable and useful object…'
  3. 00:03:04
  1. 187
  2. Molly went the long walk to the Holly Farm…
  3. 00:03:17
  1. 188
  2. CHAPTER 33: BRIGHTENING PROSPECTS
  3. 00:04:55
  1. 189
  2. It was a manly, feeling, sensible letter…
  3. 00:04:40
  1. 190
  2. 'Come, squire, I must not hear anything…'
  3. 00:04:28
  1. 191
  2. It was all very fine giving the squire this good advice…
  3. 00:03:52
  1. 192
  2. CHAPTER 34: A LOVER'S MISTAKE
  3. 00:04:15
  1. 193
  2. 'I have been watching for you, dear…'
  3. 00:04:16
  1. 194
  2. With a gulp and a fit of resolution…
  3. 00:04:08
  1. 195
  2. The little pendule on the chimney-piece…
  3. 00:05:36
  1. 196
  2. 'Why, Molly!' said Cynthia…
  3. 00:04:55
  1. 197
  2. CHAPTER 35: THE MOTHER'S MANOEUVRE
  3. 00:05:30
  1. 198
  2. She looked as if she was going to cry again…
  3. 00:04:49
  1. 199
  2. 'Don't you know that all professional conversations…?'
  3. 00:05:35
  1. 200
  2. 'Shall I tell you what I should do?' said Mr. Gibson…
  3. 00:05:13
  1. 201
  2. Cynthia looked extremely annoyed.
  3. 00:05:03
  1. 202
  2. 'No!' he said at last, with a sigh.
  3. 00:04:52
  1. 203
  2. Mr. Gibson's face relaxed now…
  3. 00:05:02
  1. 204
  2. CHAPTER 36: DOMESTIC DIPLOMACY
  3. 00:05:24
  1. 205
  2. 'Well, then, you won't go!' said Mr. Gibson…
  3. 00:04:27
  1. 206
  2. 'Do you think she's worthy of him?' asked her father…
  3. 00:05:30
  1. 207
  2. CHAPTER 37: A FLUKE, AND WHAT CAME OF IT
  3. 00:06:03
  1. 208
  2. After a fortnight's time…
  3. 00:05:51
  1. 209
  2. Mr. Gibson went upstairs to the drawing-room…
  3. 00:05:31
  1. 210
  2. "'Not guilty, but we recommend the prisoner…"'
  3. 00:05:13
  1. 211
  2. But Cynthia, instead of replying to this question…
  3. 00:03:30
  1. 212
  2. For a long time Molly had been surprised…
  3. 00:04:40
  1. 213
  2. Then Cynthia's ways and manners about Roger…
  3. 00:05:19
  1. 214
  2. CHAPTER 38: MR. KIRKPATRICK, Q.C.
  3. 00:04:55
  1. 215
  2. 'Dear-ah-me!' said the old lady…
  3. 00:05:11
  1. 216
  2. 'She was so sorry for what she'd done…'
  3. 00:04:51
  1. 217
  2. When the two gentlemen met…
  3. 00:03:51
  1. 218
  2. 'If you want us to sympathize with you…'
  3. 00:03:34
  1. 219
  2. 'But then she must have got the money somewhere.'
  3. 00:03:47
  1. 220
  2. CHAPTER 39: SECRET THOUGHTS OOZE OUT
  3. 00:05:26
  1. 221
  2. 'Ah, ' said Mrs. Gibson…
  3. 00:06:46
  1. 222
  2. To return to the squire. Occupied as he now was…
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  2. 'Osborne! Do you know anything about this…?'
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  2. But after his father had left the room…
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  2. And then she plunged into the tete-a-tete…
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  2. CHAPTER 40: MOLLY GIBSON BREATHES FREELY
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  2. In general, it is the people who are left behind…
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  2. Mrs. Gibson wrote twice during her week's absence…
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  2. Molly did not answer all at once.
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  2. CHAPTER 41: GATHERING CLOUDS
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  2. Whenever anything had gone wrong…
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  2. She knew that Cynthia withheld from her…
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  2. 'I can't understand you, Cynthia, ' she said at length.
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  2. 'As far as I can judge of London, ' said Miss Browning…
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  2. 'I shall not stand on warning you, Molly.'
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  2. CHAPTER 42: THE STORM BURSTS
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  2. So she went up to the top of the hill…
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  2. 'Cynthia, ' said he, suddenly changing his tone…
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  2. 'I am quite puzzled by you both, ' said Molly.
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  2. 'You do not call it love…'
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  2. When she went into the drawing-room before dinner…
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  2. CHAPTER 43: CYNTHIA'S CONFESSION
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  2. Then she paused, and sate still for a minute or two…
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  2. He had twenty pounds in his pocket…
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  2. '…I cannot tell you all the ins and outs…'
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  2. 'Oh, at first he pretended not to believe…'
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  2. Cynthia began to cry, out of weariness of body…
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  2. CHAPTER 44: MOLLY GIBSON TO THE RESCUE
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  2. It did strike Molly that Cynthia…
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  2. 'You should not speak so…'
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  2. 'You are very simple, Miss Gibson, ' said he…
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  2. Cynthia was on the watch for her return…
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  2. CHAPTER 45: CONFIDENCES
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  2. She was startled from her meditations…
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  2. 'You and I must go on the next journey…'
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  2. 'But there is something between Cynthia and Roger…'
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  2. 'I hope you did not want to see him…?'
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  2. CHAPTER 46: HOLLINGFORD GOSSIPS
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  2. Molly went upstairs to get ready…
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  2. All through the evening Molly's thoughts wandered…
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  2. 'I'm sure I don't want to hear of clandestine meetings…'
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  2. 'Why, who told you?' said Mrs. Goodenough…
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  2. CHAPTER 47: SCANDAL AND ITS VICTIMS
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  2. The operation on Lady Cumnor…
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  2. For a good while the Miss Brownings…
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  2. Miss Browning's distress was overcoming her anger…
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  2. 'Well!' she said at length, rising up…
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  2. 'Go on, can't you?' said he…
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  2. CHAPTER 48: AN INNOCENT CULPRIT
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  2. He could not help relenting at her words…
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  2. It was a great relief to Mr. Gibson…
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  2. 'I think the world would get on tolerably well…'
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  2. Then Molly knew that her stepmother…
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  2. CHAPTER 49: MOLLY GIBSON FINDS A CHAMPION
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  2. 'Well, I think the least you can do…'
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  2. The next day Lady Harriet rode over to Hollingford…
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  2. Lady Harriet, meanwhile, was riding homewards…
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  2. 'No, my lord. I have no intentions…'
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  2. CHAPTER 50: CYNTHIA AT BAY
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  2. 'Refused him – and you never told me…'
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  2. The second and the last day of her stay at the Towers…
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  2. Once in her own room, Lady Harriet…
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  2. 'Well! I don't like it, at any rate. It is not pleasant…'
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  2. Mrs. Gibson, too, had been awed into silence…
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  2. CHAPTER 51: 'TROUBLES NEVER COME ALONE'
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  2. 'And now, Mr. Gibson…'
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  2. 'Molly, Roger will marry you!'
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  2. So down into the cluster of collected women…
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  2. After a moment's pause…
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  2. CHAPTER 52: SQUIRE HAMLEY'S SORROW
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  2. Forgetting, apparently, what time of night it was…
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  2. 'I do try to say, God's will be done, sir, ' said the squire…
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  2. 'Osborne evidently had bound him down to secrecy…'
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  2. Little by little he led the squire…
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  2. Molly had no doubt that Osborne…
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  2. But Molly kept her pleading eyes fixed on Cynthia.
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  2. CHAPTER 53: UNLOOKED-FOR ARRIVALS
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  2. 'Give it me, ' said the squire, his voice breaking now…
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  2. 'So you always say, daughter. Time will show.'
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  2. There was a 'lingerie' shop, kept by a Frenchwoman…
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  2. Robinson had been aware that there was some mystery…
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  2. So Molly and the woman lifted her up…
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  2. By-and-by the squire said in a whisper…
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  2. CHAPTER 54: MOLLY GIBSON'S WORTH IS DISCOVERED
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  2. Worn out by the contending emotions of the day…
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  2. It was well that Molly was such a favourite…
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  2. From time to time her father rode up to the window…
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  2. 'Really, Clare, I spend so much time in your house…'
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  2. 'I am afraid she has been very ill?' asked Cynthia.
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  2. CHAPTER 55: AN ABSENT LOVER RETURNS
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  2. 'If a young man of twenty-four…'
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  2. Mrs. Gibson could hardly wait…
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  2. The little trap thus set for news…
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  2. All the rest of the day she alluded to Cynthia…
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  2. CHAPTER 56: 'OFF WITH THE OLD LOVE, AND ON WITH THE NEW.'
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  2. Someone was thinking about her at the same time…
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  2. And Roger ran downstairs at full speed…
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  2. In the evening Mr. Henderson came.
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  2. Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpatrick sent all manner…
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  2. CHAPTER 57: BRIDAL VISITS AND ADIEUX
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  2. Had Roger indeed been asked to the Towers and declined?
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  2. Molly was sitting in the drawing-room…
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  2. Molly's heart sank within her at the prospect.
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  2. So Molly was driven off in state the next day…
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  2. Molly was only too glad to allow Lady Harriet…
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  2. CHAPTER 58: REVIVING HOPES AND BRIGHTENING PROSPECTS
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  2. On Saturday they were more fortunate…
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  2. His tone of voice was changed in speaking of her…
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  2. Lord Hollingford remembered his sister's words…
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  2. It was about six weeks since Cynthia's engagement…
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  2. Now, as Mrs. Gibson was not quite sure…
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  2. CHAPTER 59: MOLLY GIBSON AT HAMLEY HALL
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  2. It was nearly lunch-time…
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  2. Molly made a point of turning the conversation…
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  2. 'I don't even call her pretty, ' said the squire…
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  2. Roger came in from his walk…
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  2. CHAPTER 60: ROGER HAMLEY'S CONFESSION
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  2. Then there was a silence – for a while.
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  2. Just then they heard Mr. Gibson's step downstairs.
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  2. One evening after dinner…
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  2. 'My dear boy!' said Mr. Gibson…
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  2. Mr. Gibson gave Roger's message to his wife…
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  2. When she came to a sense of the present…
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  2. 'Oh, ho! So that's your reason, is it, my dear.'
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  2. Concluding remarks by the Editor…
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  2. It was so at all times…
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  2. Viewed in this light, Cynthia is a more important…
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