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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - August 6, 1869, Cincinnati, OhioThe Johnson quickly. Mno no. The whom i love Wen 44 if by Chance there should be any truth his at Yon Advance give me the name of the non holding the Bill. I can not afford to Grace my husbands name and so shall take us to Avert the disagreeable Yon so vividly now Fortl a a 4<e. Ads but by. I promised her properly educated so by advanced Olivet a k 44 in be reception i met 44yes 4you were drag 44i own to Mai n. Hanging his h no reproach no taunt however bitter could have stung the certain As did this Brief i a it was so Vety or Hort so remarkably Well pointed that every word struck Home. For Many Aid Many a Day did this reply rankle in his heart. At dust a a absolutely foamed with rage and As he a fit Calmer he vowed the bitterest revenge. 4 she Prates about Honor a he repeated Over and or again apparently Labouring under a deep sense uti jury. A she talk a it me of Honor to me too when i risked my life to avenge her but ill Humble her Pride ill drag her Down upon her Knees in the dust the first step is to Hunt up this brat the lawyer talks of in his letter. A my lady you will bitterly regret the Day you made an enemy of John Dawlish. He was not Long in crossing the Channel and the first night he was in London he set to work to find the boy. We know with what Success so far ment found presently and delivered of 1 the lady of the Boose much to Jolly Etc a Relief j at least he thought tie had seen it delivered f a letter was Given at any rate and the Porter was not near enough to notice that it was not directed to mrs. Stephens and that it bore no nost in a wait said the if you please ,41 have not time to res i will Send you a reply is she left him thus Guy Hin if she had Only known it at this moment Crin the Day a and his Teeth. That he had got in chapter xviii. A a a a a Captain Dawlish had spoken truly when he said that his sister was about to follow him to England. Within a fortnight of the Date of his arrival in London the family were bade in their House at Richmond. .44 ill give them a Call the Day after they a he had made inquiry at Richmond and knew on which Day they were expected. He was in no hurry now but walked the streets triumphantly. A his plans then were Cut and dried for the opening of the Campaign and his Armor was As it were buckled on and his sword sharpened for the fray. He was not i site sure that there might not be a struggle but he Felt certain of winning How coaids it be other a a Wise unfortunately a slight disappointment occurred when he least expected it. Upon the Day he had fixed for his Call he and his Young Friend carefully dressed for the occasion presented themselves at no de Nerval a House and asked for the lady. 44 the family have not arrived yet a said the servant. 44 they May be another week or perhaps they were confide ably longer it happened and the captains temper suffered severely in the meantime t o a f to the cause of the a delay was some important business of de Nerval a which took him at the last mome it to Paris and his family prepared to accompany him rather than come alone to London. 44 but this will be the last of my trading a he said to his wife. 44 it is time 1 retired now we have Money enough. 44 More than enough i should think a his wife said smiling de Nerval was As his name signified of Noble birth hut �?T90 was a cruel destroyer of Pedigree As we All know. De Nerval was really a Marquis but he had the Good sense to sink his title judging rightly that it did not Accord with ledgers Cash books and counting Hoffies. The Only piece of weakness he had Ever betrayed that bore the least resemblance to Pride of birth was when he had earned in his business a sufficient sum to Purchase the chateau de Nerval the Home of his ancestors in Normandy which had been lost to their family in the Stormy epochs of revolutionary history. He had indeed Felt his breast Beave tremulously As he crossed the threshold of the old House for the first time As its master nor can we fairly Call that an unworthy Pride since he had worked Long for and earned it fairly. The work Over they came to England one Day All unexpectedly and when by ill Luck the Captain was not upon the watch. Thus the de Nerval had been in town two Days before quite accidentally he met his sister in the Street an hour later and the great scheme would have been Defeated and All the Gallant captains plots and plans so much waste of brain work. K a a a g Quot f m a a 4 it. -9 a ? -3 if a n a flip l. Just w the fact was the Captain had made a Little mistake. He had kept Back mrs. Stephens a letter altogether. It had occurred to him that some Day or other this might be used As evidence and he therefore Pat it carefully away m his pocket Book. Strange to say it did not occur to him that Madame de Nerval might feel uneasy if she did not receive a reply from the lawyer acknowledging the receipt of the Money and that she might open a correspondence with Mccaul upon the subject which would Lead to an Akward explanation. Sure enough she did write and Mccaul under the circumstances being unable to make either head or Tail of the occurrence put the letter on one Side and took time to think things Over. In fact he was rather inclined to believe that some sort of a trap was being Laid of him and that it would be the Best plan for wifi not to put hand to paper in the matter. Hearing no news and receiving no answer to her letter the lady grew every Day More and More anxious until at length she could endure Nerval h chateau and am
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