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for y●our name! Broughton, who l▓ooked curiously like a lion being p▓etted and enjoying the

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process, tu●rned to Lyon with benign ferocity. You● will have to come to New York, too, Mr.Lyon●.I need you in my business. Lyon unconsc▓iously looked at Kittie before answe

  • rld fo▓r you. Then come over to Mis?/span>
  • 坰 Elliott's at once, and I will▓ explain e
  • verything to her while yo●u pack your trunk.
  • Kittie looke●d dismayed.Oh, I
  • can't,-- Yes, you● can,--wit
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ri▓ng. I am ready to consider any propos●ition you may make, sir. All ●right.We'll talk it over later.But

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I wa▓rn you I shall leave you no possible ●room for refusing.Yes, Grace, I'm ready. Th▓e Broughtons took Ki

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ttie off, bent on smoothing ▓the path for her, and Miss Wolcott● turned to Lyon with a sigh of relief. ▓ What

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a wild, unmanageable c●hild! I should think that after all the t●rouble that has come from her ac●t she would

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at least be a little sub▓dued. Oh, it isn't all troubl●e, said Lyon, assuming as a matter of cou▓rse his lif

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e-long privilege of being Kittie's ●defender.Mr.Broughton came ▓out to Waynscott fully determined ▓to shoot Law

  • rence at sight.Being in jai●l probably saved his life,--so y▓ou ought to count that to Kittie'▓s credit.And would you ever have known the me●asure of Lawrence's devotion if ▓he had not had this chance o▓f proving how far he could carry it Then th▓ose letters of yours,--if there hadn't b●een a mystery about Fullerton's● death, I shoul

    o a▓t onc e.You'd better
  • d never have been sp●urred on to run things down, and if I hadn't th▓ose letters might have fallen int▓o who knows whose hands! And Mrs.Broughto▓n's unhappiness,--think of all the tr▓ouble and wretchedness those two people are sa●ved through the accident of my being d●rawn into this Hemlock Avenu●e mystery! Even Fullerton's death al●

    come, too.W oods.Miss ▓Elliot
  • one would not have cleared the cloud f●rom their lives.It needed the knowledge no ▓one could give them but I,--and I should● never have known how much the fact in ●my possession was needed if I h●ad not met Mrs.Broughton in this curiously int▓imate way.Indeed, I should probably neve●r have met Mrs.Broughton! Or you! Or K●ittie! Or had

    t has a trem endous respect

the friendship of● Lawrence.An

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