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Burnie Advocate (Newspaper) - January 22, 1881, Burnie, Tasmania National Library of Australia ales Etc. Evelun Edgare ave bait ringtones of Felbab Azon Hall chapter Al. Continued by e. . In the midst of my enthusiastic reverie i was again called upon by mrs. Barrington to Lead lord Landore s speech to her and Mary but that i could not do of i excused 1 myself and my aunt undertook the task herself. I quilted the room ostensibly to give orders for dinner in reality to allow time for my nerves to subside into their usual Calm i returned in a Short time however to hear my aunt s enthusiastic commentaries on. The Favourite whole apropos Courtesy had elevated him enormously in her Good opinion and whose cold denial of All amatory intentions towards the offending heiress was evidently a Balm to the Pride which had been so deeply wounded by her unfeeling and insolent remarks. In the midst of my aunt s wonder Merit at lord Landore b unexpected communication however her Eye suddenly turned to my Uncle s letter and on again perusing it she announced the intended return of him and his companion on the afternoon of that very Day. I glanced at Mary but the flush of pleasure had departed from her Cheek and its sparkle from her Eye and although mrs. Barrington herself spoke cheerfully still her manner was uneasy and uneven and 1 was half tempted to entreat her to be candid and Tell me the truth at once. I even commenced a conversation on the subject but her mind closed As the petals of a Flower close Over its cup and her cold and guarded manner showed me that for the present at least my efforts would be in vain. On the subject of my Uncle s embarrassments she knew that Reserve would be useless and impossible but on the topic of Cabbell o Fea and his Friendly intentions she was guarded and impenetrable. I hazarded a doubt As to his sincerity and disinterestedness but she stopped me at once. " either you Are prejudiced against or. O Fea she said coldly or you do not know him. He is a Man of the world it is True and is said to be one who loves Money and has the cleverness to find it where other men fail. Ail this May be True but it Only shows that he is Wise and prudent without proving him to be anything worse. At this moment he is the Only Parson on whom your Uncle can depend for saving himself and his family from Beggary and ruin. A Friend who has this Power is not to be either misrepresented or despised Eveleen and therefore for the future you will oblige me and serve us All by postponing your objections to his character they can be Only surmises after All and when he arrives you will add to the favour by receiving him As a person who is disposed to be conciliated and whom it will be our own fault if we convert from an energetic partisan and useful ally into an indifferent Spectator of our misfortunes or a creditor whom it would be the extremity of Folly to she addressed this decided speech fully As much to Mary As to me and As the sentiments it expressed were reasonable enough i had no objection to make to it significant As it was. One thing however it showed me namely that with All her worldly Wisdom my aunt was no match for or. Cabbell o Fea. She was in his toils and whatsoever might be her private opinion of his principles or practice the whispering of her own selfish prudence prompted her. To give them a colouring favourable to him since to do otherwise would probably Lead to results such As she had foreshadowed. For the remainder of the Day she and Mary were closeted together whilst i was busied in preparing for the reception of the travellers although i had my suspicions that my Wise aunt kept me so fully occupied in order to have an Opportunity of impressing Mary with her own views lather than from any positive necessity for the elaborate arrangements which i was directed to superintend. Chapter Ali. A u o Fea returned. The hour of dinner had been postponed but late As it was a Long interview and consultation Between mrs. Barrington and the travellers preceded it while Mary and i remained together in the drawing room. We were both silent and both from the same cause. It was she who spoke first. " poor papa she exclaimed " How changed he is he looks ten years older than when he left us Eveleen and when he kissed me he he was fatigued after his journey my love i replied " and his mind just now is troubled but his life hitherto has been unvisited i y misfortun6, and Eten slight checks and obstacles look formidable Toi Hose who have been hitherto a used but his misfortunes do not Promise to be Light ones Eveleen she answered " save for the Friendly Aid 1 of or. O Fea Mamma says we might be driven from the Hall tomorrow. We ought to be very grateful to him i m sure i she closed the sentence with a sigh however. That is As it May be Mary dear i said seriously. In or. O Fea in tha spirit f humane generosity has volunteered to vote part of his wealth to save his Friend rom distress i for one will do my very most hereafter to atone for. My present outs but i Ernst see my Way xxi web dearly before i quite forego my prejudices such As hey re Oil lavish my gratitude on the wrong she sighed again but she was silent and t did not c ate to pcs i the conversation further. After ail i i Felt that my Uncle s entanglement rendered the subject delicate one and that o Fea under present circumstances had Ibe dome a person of consequence might be Well to watch but who was not rashly,.to be quarrelled with for the Sake of others rather than myself. As yet moreover to had not heard Tho Issue of my Uncle s journey f though his wasted features sunken eyes and spiritless manner were demonstrations quite sufficient to convince me that it had not been a prosperous one. 1 this feeling and Foret no pledge made the parts we had to play towards his omnipotent assistant infinitely More delicate 1 than they would otherwise have been i prepared myself therefore to receive him in my bad i Bear them As Well As i can pleaded my Uncle with a deep groan. " grieving Over them however will not make them less pronounced my aunt sententious by. " admirably said my dear Madam interfered the Friend of the family As or. Barrington nays is difficulties Are great though i Trust not insurmountable. But these Are unpleasant affairs to discuss before j Young ladies and i see that we alarm miss Barrington by our bankrupt talk. Tou must permit Memy dear miss Mary he went on to insist on your taking half a Glass More of wine As i have frightened the roses from your Cheeks and it must be my delightful duty to 1 restore she declined the wine at first but mrs Barrington s significant take it Mary dear As or. O Fea recommends it induced her to change her Resolution. As yet i had not had time to inquire particularly about rent Andhi Sandian prospects but now i did so of my Uncle As much to get him to think of something else than his own troubles As for any other reason. " Brent my dear he exclaimed Abstractedly there again Eveleen but misfortunes never Home single they say. Poor Brent my Only boy is gone from me and i suppose i Snail never never see him More on not or. Barrington interposed his lady " or eve if you do not sir Why should that Grieve von when Yon have reason to know that he ha6 been placed in a Way to become a Rich arid respectable Man.?. Very True my dear replied the Meek husband " i suppose that is the Light in which i night to look Atit a " i told von so a Hundred times said or. Cabbell o Fea and i am delighted to perceive that mrs. Barrington views it in the aame Light that i do. But you inquired about your Cousin miss. Evil pen and i daresay a Cartellyou More about him than my father. We found of Chi High. In spirits _ but Low in pocket As the saying in. A Finis Young fellow is my Friend brents tout a Little wild and somewhat addicted to spend his allowance before Iowa Stu e. He Dyfed 1 Well it sins not great Deal too my Ulii Brit Ftp for so joking a Man but 3iot great o6ttl aft Rall v 1 nearly a Hundred pounds which Yon advanced As Well As the rest \ Intas bad any Umi i " Pooh Pooh-1 one most a of some men dip went on Isi. A Jaybell o Fea " and a we desired him to stand Well with is new Patron it would not do to. In High style and spirits miss Eveleen As i uni Oznea Yuu Iju que Mio Pagoda tree to Sori eur pose Why the fault Mustbe his own Mac is All. T a think Lis 86 i a re Stzidl of Fly Uncle i Wutti Are amongst my Luggage a twin look in the meantime it is to know that lie has got into Good Handy which will tie him. No tight and make Tim earn Hilj the eats it,".saidilr, o Fea. I Wisla that had been done before remarked kerb. Barrington. It would have been better pay Deal 1, cd shed my Uncle " b it it 4 help met Dii everything for the bests 1 " so Yoti did i Dar Bay kid or. O Fea and with great respect i should say thai our Only look out now should be to forget old grievances if such there Bej and try to find out the Best remedy for new ones. To be sure affairs Are so Deuce oily and Money to scarce,., . Y a Wili postpone these unpleasant considerations until to Morrow and a6 1 see i s. Bail ringtone and the Young ladies Arfe about t d leave us i venture to req test Fiat i of Kay be permitted to go with them to the drawings room i have had quite enough Wiite and before i go to my Bachelor s Hoote i Trust miss Barrington and Mies be Greave will not deprive us of a Little Haria ony to sweeten our journey to hear was to obey with mrs. Barrington in her present Humour and so after Coffee while Mary warbled her Ballad and the Gallant or. Cabbell o Fea stood by to turn the pages of her music and whisper compliments into her ear i sat apart and contemplated the prospects Wimch were closing both about my relatives and myself. After a while my Uncle stole to my Side but not until mrs. Barrington had if the room. It Sabad business Eveleen he said mournfully baking his head a very bad business indeed although when i first entered into these speculations which have turned out so ill i thought i was going to make a rapid Fortune for All of us for Yod among the rest my poor " has or. O Fea lost a great Deal by these transactions sir i inquired. No no he in a prudent Long headed fellow my deat he answered lowering his voice As he spoke " and managed by his cleverness to escape All responsibility. He May lose a trifle by the Bank but he can afford it he parted with his share in that unlucky mine Long ago although i never knew that until Tho other Day As i May say. I wish i had i wish i had. " and what excuse does he give for not having told you sir hush my dear not so lond if you please he answered looking towards the music Stool. " his excuse was a very natural one namely that he had not known much of the affairs either of the Bank or the mine and Only Drew out his venture because he could make More of the Money elsewhere. He is certainly a a Good natured fellow but he might have Given me a hint for All that i think i should have done so to " i am quite sure you would sir i rejoined " and it is not easy to reconcile his non performance of. So obvious a duty with the Good nature Umoh Yon suy he r _. Say my dear i cannot doubt it i have proved it Only for my i should be a i beggar. He has taken Means to Settle my affairs and has smoothed away a thousand difficulties Wimch i could not have done by myself. He has great influence very great. " but if he has done All this for you sir i pursued he will not have Dotte so Wise As he is without some equivalent some return " of course not Eveleen but then i. Shall have time to look about me Yori know to recover myself and that is a he replied. " i know so Littfe of business that the suddenness of the whole affair almost stupefied me. I was obliged to it myself into hib hands at once your aunt thought it better indeed i May say she has managed the matter altogether and As flee 1trnstb him implicitly what could i do but to have our private Aff Fuys spoken of and i Ewe if Jou by i at it was peculiarly poll want Haye to 56 with Sash a creditor Cabbell 1 0 f a we is Tow not act a the part t f a Friend id Igent wifi gift. Anyone ltutiourselvesb6ilog theiserioflt.". the Mai if Lus Nomen on onto Attoh emf tar Saft for Cabbell 0 Jfe,hi9wa8k Louis feet piano and seemed to have i Elliher Semi Tyr herself a Oei Yed Jig attentions

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