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  2. THE NOVELIST. The Sacrifice of Enid.

    Sir Thomas was a tall, thin, stately man. with strongly marked aquiline features, a grey moustache, and iron-grey hair. Every gesture proclaimed to the simplest onlooker ...

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  4. CHAPTER XIV.—AN IMPORTANT INTERVIEW.

    Lady Iredale was waiting for him tie next morning. He was shown into her boudoir at once. "We shall be quite undisturbed now," ...

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  5. CHAPTER XVI.—SATAN'S SUGGESTION.

    Miss Ormonde came down to slay, bringing with lier a huge quantity of luggage. No one wanted her particularly. Now that Mr. and Mrs. Westlake had given up ...

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  8. CHAPTER XV.—A GLOOMY OUTLOOK.

    His reflections were gloomy enough during the long train journey. What was Mary about? Was she not in grave danger by compassing the escape of a ...

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