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A Noble Woman (Fiscle Part-Xi) Part 2

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A Noble Woman (Fiscle Part-Xi) Part 2
When Elsie Entered Her Boudoir, Flushed With Laughter And Breathless
With Running, She Threw Herself On The Azure Couch, And Gathering Her
Ringlets In A Mass Between Her Hand And The Warm Cheek Under Which It
Was Thrust, Fell Into A Deeper Train Of Thought Than Was Usual To Her.

"It's Done, And I Don't Care. He Loves Me, And I Must Be Loved. He's
Rich, Generous, Devoted, Worships Me And Always Will, That's One
Comfort. There'll Be No One To Halve His Devotion Or His Money With Me,
No One To Look Glum If I Want To Be A Little Bit Extravagant. Grant
Never Refused Me Anything In His Life, But I'm Always Afraid To Ask Half
That I Want. But With Tom Everything Will Be My Own. He Won't Ask A
Question. Such Laces As I Will Have! As For Cashmere Shawls And Silks,
He Shall Get Them For Me By The Dozens. Elizabeth Won't Say That Such
Things Are Out Of Place Then. I Shall Be A Married Woman, Free Of Her
And This Old House Too, Free Of Everything, But--But----"

Elsie Started Up, Breaking This Selfish Train Of Thought With The

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writing this piece, it is missing a looming instigator of many who seek out
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