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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - April 30, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioThe Organ of to it Temperance Reform pub shed be Elf Friday it a at the. Ben Franklin steam printing House a by Ualk Clark. Terms a top ten and upwards. §1 60 too single subscriptions. Clubs of ton. And All subscription must be accompanied with the Cash and addressed postage paid to Caleb Clark j. Ben Fra m run for Fiona Flor Sec Cincinnati o. A Ortry. Influence. A by a Soros w. Broxy. Drop follow drop mad a Well with rain Tbs s weeping River word follow word and Tell a. Troth that vet Foro ver. Flake follow Flake like Spirita whote Wing the wind did ver thought follow thong lit and Light the realm of mind forever. Beam follow beam to cheer the Cloud the Bolt would a Hinde throb follow throb and fear dives place to Joy forever. Athe top the Flake the Beani teach a a Letson Ever the word , the dream Lin prets the soul Cale a it ohm a thereva lovers i a a a a it a a 11 a a a or the Oto let a a a a i the newspapers of 1810 contained a few Brief paragraphs a cold Bare and partial As a Tombstone relative to a singular. End to nay thinking instructive passage of the Dot. Estic annals of the country with which 1 happened to be intimately acquainted. The impression it produced on me at he time was vivid and profound and a couple of lines in a Liverpool journal the other Dav Curtly announcing toe death of a Madame 1/ estrange recalled each incident As freshly to memory As if Graven there bul yesterday and moreover induced me to pen the following narrative in which now that i can do so without i be risk of giving pain or offence to any ode i a have Given the whole affair divested of colouring or concealment. A my father who had influence with the late lord Bexley then or. Vansittart procured me three week after 1 came of age a Junior clerkship in Oey of the Best paid of our government office. In the same department were two Young men my seniors by six or seven years Only of the Dames of Martin travers and Edward Capel. Their salaries were the same three Hundred pounds a year a and both had an equal Chance for promotion to the vacancy Likely soon to occur either by the death or superannuation of or. Rowdell an aged and ailing chief clerk i had known them slightly before i entered the office inasmuch As our families visited in the same society and we were soon especially intimate with each other. They were i found fast friends though different greatly in charac i liked Martin travers Tel and temperament much the Best of the two. He was a handsome Well grown Frank spoken generous Young Man and never have 1 known a person so full of buoyant life As he a of a temper so constantly Gay and cheerful. R Cape was of a Graver More Saturnino disposition with lines about the Mouth indicative of Iron inflexibility of nerve and will yet withal a Hearty fellow enough and living As was inspected quite up to this income if not to something considerably Over. I had not keen More than about three months in the office when s marked change was perceptible in both. Gradually they had become cold Distant and at last utterly estranged from each other and it was suggested by several amongst of that jealously As to who should succeed to Row dells Sung salary of six Hundred a year might have produced the evidently bad feeling Between them. This might i thought have generated the lowering Cloud hourly darkening and thickening opon Capels brow Bat could scarcely account for the change in Martin travers. He whose contagious gaiety used to Render do Leasand ill Enmor impossible in his presence was now fitful Moody Ira Aible his daily tasks were no longer gone through with the old cheerful alacrity and finally for in was morbidly impatient for being questioned a jumped to the conclusion partly from some half words dropped and partly from knowing where they both occasionally visited a that the which from the Days of Helen downwards and i suppose upwards has pleased and plagued Mankind was at the Bottom of the _ i was. Quite Light and proof was not Long waited for. I cd walking Early one evening along Piccadilly with traverse who appeared by the by to wish me further the ugh he was too polite to say to a when we came suddenly upon Capel. I caught his Arm and insisted that he should take a turn with us As he used to do. I thought that possibly a quiet word or two on the beaut and excelence of kindly brother Hood amongst not to be shaken off whilst i considerably alarmed by the result of the Pacifico Vert Are 1 bad ventured upon did of course the we stalked on in silence till just As we reached Hoby a and a or. Hervey with his laughter Constance turned suddenly oat of st. James Street. T was fiery hot to the Tipa of my ears in an instant. Travers and Capel stopped abruptly stared Fie roly at each other and barely recovered presence of mind in Tuff cent time to lift their hats in acknowledgement of or Hervey a Brief grafting and the lady is slight Bow As after half pausing they passed on. It was ail Clear enough now. My two gentlemen had come to Piccadilly in the Hope of meeting with Constance Hervey and accompany tag her Home frustrated in this they had determined not to lose tight of each other nor did they for three mortal hours daring which anxiety lest their rancorous ill humor should break out into open quarrel kept me hanging about from Post to pillar with them a Sallen companionship 90 utterly wearisome that 1 had several times half a mind to Quot propose that they should fight it out at once or toss up which should jump for the others Benefit into the thames. At of length ten of clock struck and it appearing to be mutually concluding that a visit to. Kensington was no longer possible a sour expression of Relief escaped them and oar very agreeable party separated. A very dangerous person in such a crisis was 1 knew this Constance Hervey though by no Meaos a catch in a pecuniary sense for Well connected Young men with present a salaries of three Hundred a year and twice As much in near expectancy. Her father who had on co held his head pretty High in the commercial world had not Long i Nee become Bank runt and they were now if aug upon and annuity of Little Mure 1 understood than a Hundred pounds so secured to or. Hervey that Bis creditors could not touch it. This consideration however is one that weighs but Little with Inen in the condition of mind of Capel and travers add 1 Felt that once enthralled by Constance Hervey a singular Beauty escape or resignation to disappointment was very gift Cut and hard to Bear. She was no favorite of mine just then Way. I had tint seen her a wat three years previously and even then whilst yet the Light the simplicity the Candor of Young girlhood lingered Over and softened the graces of the woman i read in the men might Lead to a better feeling Between them. I was Deuce Day mistaken in that line awkwardly enough made i dare Effort my proved utterly abortive i Capel indeed turned Back rather than As i supposed fus Sily persist in going on Bat both he and travers strode a stiffly As a Rhodier on pander their Cheeks flashed their eyes alight with angry emotion sad altogether sullen and Savage As beam. What seemed Odd too when travers turned sharply round within a Short distance of Hyde Park Comer with a scarcely disguised intention of shaking Nosoff Capel whirled round is quickly As if in Etc As resolutely determined Ness of Beauty and the secret instinct of its River. Let me however in fairness site that had myself Moon calf that t must have been a made sundry Booby blushing advances to the Youthful Beauty and Balf derisive merriment with which they were received gave a twist no doubt to of the merits of a person so Provo kingly Blind to mine. Be this As it May there co old be no question that Constance Hervey was now a charming woman and i was grieved Only not surprised at the Bixler rivalry that had sprung tip Between tra ver and Capels a rivalry which each successive Day Bat fed and strengthened of Capel appeared to be fast losing All Quot Quot control Over his temper and Mode of life. He drink freely that was quite Clear gambled it was sap and. Rumours of debt protested Bills ready Money raised at exorbitant interest on the Faith of his succeeding to Rowdella a Post flew thick As bail about the office. Should he obtain the coveted six Hundred a year Constance Hervey would i doubted Aoto first favorite As travers seemed to be condescend to be mrs. Capel this not very complimentary opinion i had been mentally repeating some dozen times with More than Ordinary bitterness As f sat alone one evening after dinner in oar Little dining room in Golden Square when the decision came. The governor being out i had perhaps taken a few extra glasses of wine and nothing in my experience so lights up and flames tender or exasperating reminiscence As Fine old port. A rat Tat it Tat it was unmistakably traverse Knock and boisterously Hilarion too As in the old time before any Constance Hervey had a merged from Pinafore and tuckers to distract and. Torment Mankind and More especially Well to do government clerks. The startled maid servant hastened to. The door when in bounced traverse Radiant ablaze with Triumph. A hallo travers Why were the Deuce do you Spring from he a a a a from heaven Paradise a the presence of an Angel at i events a a there there that will do t quite a no Yon done to Ned. Nobody but myself can understand imagine Gnesa dream of the extent the vastness of the change that has come Over my life. Firstly then but this is nothing a Rowdell a at length superannuated and 1 am to have i he paused a moment and 1, with certainly a More than half envious sneer said a and upon the strength of that Lack you have he proposed to Constance Eju of course. Tervey and been accept a a jubilate yes 1 feel How my poise throbs t it is four hours since and still my brain Lightens and my eyes Azael with tumultuous Joy. Do not Light the candles i shall grow Calmer in this a confound his raptors a was my internal ejaculation. A Why the mischief he take them somewhere else a a i however said nothing and he presently resumed the grateful theme. Quot Yon will be at the wedding of course. And by the by now t think of it Havno to i heard Constance my she especially reran mixers Yon for something very pleasant and an sing very 1�?� my face kindled to flame and 1 savagely whirled the Rosy chair in which sat two or three Yards Hack from the fire Light before speaking. A i am extremely obliged to the lady and to i dare say is poor Capel who it seem#., has been so carelessly thrown a carelessly thrown Over 1�?� rejoined travers. Up of a that is a very improper expression. 1 be has As i fear indulged in til Pitons he has been Only self deceived. Still i double Dis appointment Grieve u my. To cast though there 1 no valid reason that it should do so a Shadow Neon my we were both silent Lor some time i was in no mood for talking and he sat gazing dream. Idly at the fire. I knew very Welt we to he saw there i had seen it myself in the. Same place a Hundred to Unel. A there is another draw Back Ned a he at Faith resumed. A soar marriage must be deferred six a Nontha at least. 1 have but about two Hundred pounds in ready Money and the lease and Furm Tare of the House we shall require would poet at least double a any respectable establishment would credit you for the furniture non the strength of your greatly increased a a so 1 urged but Constance has such a perfect horror of debt a arising no doubt from her fathers misfortunes that she positively insists that we inst wait till everything required in our new establishment Ean be paid for when purchased. 1 could 1 think raise the Money upon my own except Ance hat should Constance Here that i had done so she would 1 fear withdraw her promt8e��?�u a a a a a stuff and nonsense six Hundred a year Cahoot by picked up every Quot a a yen do not know Constance Hervey. Bat come 1 must have patience i six nine months Are not a lifetime. Good by. 1 know Yon would be rejoiced to hear of my Good a ooh of coarse particularly delighted in fact Good evening. 1 have slept better than i did that night. A it was sunday evening when travers celled on me. And Capel did not make his at the office till the Friday following his excuse being urgent private business. Harassing business if that were so it must have been for a Sharp severe Only scarcely have produced a greater change for the worse in his personal appearance. 11a very Heartly congratulated travers on his promotion and took moreover the first Opportunity of privately assuring mm., that his Cape i s transient fancy for miss Hervey had entirely passed away and he cordially complimented his former rival on having succeeded in that Quarter also. This was All remarkably queer 1 thought but travers from whose mind a great Load seemed taken willingly believed him and they were better friends than Ever Cepel the More thoroughly it seemed to Mark his acquires sea a Ditter Euce accompany aug travers once or twice to the Hervey s. Do did i though 1 would have Given something the first time to Hare been anywhere else for Ira certain kneeling Down Garden Arber scene did not play about the lady a sral lips and gleam for a room ont from the Riners it her bewildering eyes Ray in tsp was As steady and temperate just then As it is now after the frosts of More loan sixty Winters have chilled its boating the was however very kind and courteous a Shade too considerately gentle and patronizing perhaps and 1 became a frequent visitor Quot an ancient aunt and a very worthy soul lived with them with whom i now and then took a turn at backgammon whilst the affianced couple amused themselves with cd Teser Inch chess travers was 1 knew a Superior player but in these occasions he hardly appeared to know a Queen from a Rook or a Bishop from a Pawn. They were that absurdly engaged one evening when 1 made a discovery which if it did not Surprise greatly pained and somewhat alarmed me. Aunt Jane Nail left the room on. Some household intent and i partly concealed in the recess where 1 sat by the window curtain silently contemplated the queer chess playing the entranced Delight of the Lover and the Calm smiling graciousness of the lady f have Felt in a More enviable Frame of mind More composed More comfortable than 1 did just then Bat Good lord 1 whet was my innocent Little pit Pat compared with the storm of hate and fury and despair which found terrific expression in the countenance that As attracted by a slight noise i hastily looked no met my View it was Japely a. He had entered the Toom the door being ajar unobserved and was gazing Augbe supposed unmarked at the chess players. I was so started that i mechanically As it were sprang to my feet end As 1 did so Capel features by a Strong Effort of will resumed their Ordinary expression save of the deathly pallor that remained Aad a nervous quivering of the upper lip which Obid not be instantly mastered i was More than late aimed As to the True nature of smooth seeming or. Capels sentiments toward the contracted couple but As they had observed nothing 1 thought it Wisest to hold my peace. I could not however help smiling at the Coa finding simplicity with which travers As we All three walked homewards together sought coun Sel of Capel at to the readiest Means of raising a unknown to miss Hervey the funds necessary to be obtained before prudence As interpreted by that lady would permit his slight help thought i Lor such a purpose will be afforded by the owner of the amiable countenance i saw just now. I t was just a week after this that the Thunder fell non our office by the discovery that sixteen Hundred pounds in Bank of England notes sent in by different parties late on the previous Day had disappeared together with a memorandum Book containing tit numbers and dates. Great u May be imagined was the consternation amongst is All and a rigorous investigation which however led to nothing was immediately instituted. Capel who showed extraordinary Zeal in the Metier went accompanied by one of the chief clerks to the parties from whom the note had been received for fresh Lista in order that Perm not might be stopped. On their return it was Given Outt Bat no arcane Relia ble list could be obtained. This it was after wards found was a Rule adopted in order to induce the thief or thieves to a More readily attempt in getting the notes in to circulation. This of scored in the beginning of september and about the Middle of october travers suddenly informed me that he was to be married on the following monday this was the lease of a House at Hammersmith had he said been agreed for the furniture ordered and everything was to be completed and paid for by the end of the present week. A and the Money the extra two Hundred and Odd pounds required How has that been obtained a a of my ande Woolridge a marriage Gilt though be wont be present at the wedding a returned the bridegroom elect with a joyous f was quite sure from his manner As Well As from my knowledge of his uncles penurious character that Uta was a deception Constance hervey1 a Crupin a i. Had always thought Row that it was eur tit his next quarters salary would be one Hundred and fifty Panda were somewhat Over straining and unreasonable a till 1 was vexed that he had stooped to deceive her by such a subterfuge. It was however no special affair of mine and i reluctantly accepted his invitation to Dine at the Hervey with him on the last Day of hit Bachelor Hood that is on the following Cape waa invited but he ret used 1 also declined and. Resolutely to attend the that would i Felt be in pen trop fort just thro. / it a a very pleasant party assembled at or. Her veyts on the afternoon of that terrible sunday and we were cheerfully chatting Over the dessert when the servant girl announced that four gentlemen were at the door w to said they must see or. Travers instantly. A Mast see me a sgd aimed travers. A very peremptory upon my word. With your leave we Foure Constance i will tee. These very determined gentlemen Here. Bid them walk in before Susan could do 10, the door opened walked the strangers without invitation. One of them a Square thick set Ballet headed Man it instantly struck me i had been in company with before. Of 1 to he sure 1�?ae was the officer who conducted the investigation in the matter of the stolen notes. What on Earth could he went there or with travers a a you paid or. said he bluntly a something Over four Hundred pounds to these two gentlemen yesterday a a lies certainly i did no done about a will Quot you Tell us. Then if you please where you obtained the notes in which Yon made those payment ask a obtained them where i obtained themly said travers who did not 1 think immediately recognize the officer. A to be sore. Four of them four fifties i have had by me for some time a and end a the two one Hundred Pound notes How about theurin quietly suggested the Man seeing travers Dentate a i Tran run Nore son failed than alarmed p Hajma butt As White As the paper on which 1 am writing glanced hurriedly round a we had All Risea to our feet till his Eye rested upon a Constance Hervey a a eager attentive Conn Tennace. �?o1 received them a he stammered repeating i was sure a falsehood a from my an Elemr. Woolridge of a then of course Yon will objection to accompany us toy oar Uncle or. Woolridge of Tottenham a a certainly not but not now. To j to Morrow you tec i am engaged a i am sorry to say or. Travers that you it go with us. Those two notes were amongst the stolen from the office to which you there wan a half stifled be Ream a broken sob add but for me Constance Hervey would have fallen 8<fn�eles on the floor. Travers Fra in the merciless grasp of the officers who heed-1 easily hurried him off spite of hit frantic efforts for a Brief delay. The confusion and terror of such May be imagined not. Described. Although at first somewhat staggered fire minutes had not passed before 1 Felt Thorax Fly satisfied that travers Stu the victim of some diabolical plot and 1 pretty Well guessed of whose connection. An untruth he had no doubt been guilty of through fear of displeasing his betrothed but guilty of stealing Money of plundering the office. 1�?bah a the Bare supposition was an Absurdity a r a soon a miss Hervey was sufficiently recovered to listen 1. Endeavoured to reason with her in this tense but she could not sufficiently command her attention. A my brain is dizzy and confused As yet a she a Aid a do follow and ascertain As far a possible All the truth the worst troth. I shall be Calmer when you / i did sound in less than two hours i was. Re in in Kensington. Travers was locked no r confessing that his statement of having received the Hundred Pound notes of his Uncle woo Ridge was untrue. He would probably be examined at Bow Street the next Day his wedding Day As he had fondly dreamed 1 i found Constance Hervey unlike her father and mint who were moaning and lamenting about the place like distracted creatures per Teitz Flora Tantes and seen and All that i suspected. It �?o1 have no doubt a she mid a that your suspicious Point the right Way but proof confront Jed is we shall he by that wretched falsehood i will i fear be difficult. But i will not despair the truth will i Trust ultimately prevail. And remember Thorton she added a that we count entirely upon she gave me her hand on saying this 1 clutched it with Ped Culous end thus Aem and blurted out As if 1 had been a warlike Knight instead of a peaceable clerk a you May mias Hervey to the la fact at that particular moment although by no Means naturally pugnacious and moreover of a somewhat delicate constr ution i think i should have proved an ugly customer had there been anybody in the Way to fight with. This however not being the Case 1 consulted with or. Hervey As to what Legal assistance aught to be secured and it was finally determined that 1 Shoula request or. Elkins a solicitor residing in lot Bury to Lake traverse instr Clion and or. Alley the barrister should be retained to attend it Bow Street. The matter settled i took my leave. I had a very unsatisfactory account to Reader of the Morrow evening to the anxious family at Kensington. Traverse appearance at Bow Street bad been deferred at the request of the Rolf ter to wednesday in order thatche individual from whom the prisoner now declared he had received the stolen notes might be communicated with. The explanation Given by travers to the Solit Eor was briefly this about seven months previously he had amassed considerable sum a guineas then bearing a High Premium although it wee an offence at us to dispose of them for More in Silver or nou Athan their value. Somebody or. Capel card of no. Is Brewer Street who would be Likely to give him a Good Price for Kia Gold. Traver accordingly saw Brocard. Who a after considerable giggling paid him two Hundred pounds in Bank of England notes four fifties for one Hundred and sixty two guineas that lately he travels had often mentioned to Capet that he wished to raise As secretly As possible on his own personal Temuri to a sum of at Lent two Hundred pounds and that Capels this he was sure of As not More than a month had elapsed capt had advised him to apply to Louis Brocard for he had done so and Brocard had Given him the two one Hundred Pound note in exch Oage for a note of hand at six months Date for two Hundred and Twenty pounds. A i had obtained temporary leave of absence from the office and at the solicitor s request i accompanied him to Brewer Street. Brocard a Strong featured Swarthy emigre from the South of France. Languedoc i believe who had been in this country since �?T�12, and spoke English fluently was at Home and f could not help think Flag from his manner expecting and prepared for some such visit. There waa a you of woman with him his Niece he said Marie Deschampe of the same cast of feature As himself but neb handsomer and with dark fiery eyes that upon the least Emi tement seemed to Burn like lightening. Brocard confirmed traverse statement without hesitation As to the Purchase of the Gold Aud the Dis Oaut of the Bill. A in what Money did you pay the two Hundred pounds for which you received the acceptance a asked the solicitor. F ii a i will Tell you a replied Brocard cooly a a Marie give me the pocket Book from the desk a the red one. September the 26th,�?� he continued after adjusting his spectacles a Mortan travers four fifty Bank of England notes a and he read off the dates and numbers of which i possess no memoranda. Of Quot Why Tho of Are the notes a exclaimed or. Elkins very much startled add glancing at a list in his baud a which Yon paid or. Travers for the Gold which you and others i could name knew he had not Rioce parted with itt a slight flush Crest a a a the Frenchman s brow and the nieces eyes Glt amed with fierce expires. Sion at three words. ? the emotion thus displayed was but momentary. Yon Are misinformed a mid a Here is a memorandum made at that time March 3rd, of the notes paid for the Gold. You can read it yourself. The largest audio nut. Y will we was a a was pretty aare not be Poe Tiv mentioned to him the name of one Louis. Bro a do you mean to persist in asserting a said or. Elkins after several Momenta of dead silence a that you did do pay or a travers for his Bill of Exchange in two one Hundred Pound no Tesla a per it iat a exclaimed the Frenchman. I done to understand your past 1 have told the Plain tenth. Persi Tari a a a a i Wanda founded. Quot fray Monsieur Brocard a said the solicitor suddenly a do you know Quot or. Capella a a the Swarthy Flash was plainer now Aud not so transitory. A Cap Felt Capel a a he muttered averting his face towards his Niece. A do we know Lapel Marie in a no doubt your Niece does or. Brocard a said the solicitor with a Sharp sneer a a a a that eloquent face of hers belies a / in truth Marie Deschampe Feato Rei were inflamed with confused and angry Gobcio Suess Aud her Bri Lipaut Eye sparkled with Quick ire As she retorted a a and if. 1. Do what then a a a nothing perhaps Young lady but my question was addressed to your a i have nothing More to say. Rejoined Bio card. �?o1 know nothing of the one Hundred Pound notes very Little of or. Capel whom now however a remember. And Pray sir a he added a with cold malignant smile a did 1 not hear this morning that Martin travers informed the officers that it was a relation As Uncle 1 believe from whom he received the notes stolen notes it seems i he will endear Vor to inculcate some one else by Aud by 1 dare i there was no parrying this thrust and we came away much disturbed Aud i remained late that evening a Kensington talking the unfortunate matter Over but Hope alas of a Safe deliverance for poor travers appeared impossible should Brocard persist Quot in his statement. The prisoners lodgings had been minutely searched but no Trace of the till missing fourteen Hundred pounds had Beau d waved there. Constance Hervey appeared to be greatly struck by a account of Marie de Schampan appearance and Demeanour Aud made me Repta each circumstance Over and Over again. 1 could not comprehend How this could to much inter sat her at such a time. A Brocard repeated his statement of oath at Bow Street Aud or. Alleys Cross examination foiled to Shade his test a Money. The first declaration made by travers necessarily deprived his after protestations vehement As they were of All Rea Peet but 1 could not help feeling surprised that the barristers suggestion that it was absurd to suppose that a Man in Possession of the very Large sum that had been stolen would have borrowed two Hondred pounds at an exorbitant interest was treated yith contempt., a that it was hinted was a Mere Colo Rable contrivance to be used in a Case of detection. The prisoner feared to Pat too Many of the notes in circulation at once Aud be acceptance would have been paid for in the stolen moneys and so on. Finally travers was committed for trial and bail refined. As the Star of the unfortunate travers rank in disastrous eclipse that of Capel shone More brilliantly. There was no doubt that he would succeed in Bis rivals convict Ion to the vacated Post and a Orna eight or nine weeks after to. Vers had been committed circumstances induced Meto believe that he would be equally one Ceca jul in another respect. 1 must also Ray that a a fully promised mis Hervey that for her Sake a though she can have no More doubt Quot of his guilt than 1 have that no Effort shall be a pared to pre Cut is Legal conviction albeit tile without character will be i Quot think no great Boon to \ it a for her Sake 1,&Quot you Edward Capel have Foit Lully promised to attempt that fur her Rake a a i exclaimed 4 soon As i could speak for sheer / a May truly does that Surprise Yob Thornton he added with a half Fostier half Mai Veliu a a a. It a supremely and if it be As your manner imitates Why then frailty thy name in very thu shia i a7 a a a Jyi a woman 1�?� broke in Cape taking the word stat of my month. A no doubt of it from the Days of eve till burs. But come let us return to f had been for some time grievously perplexed by the behaviour of Constance Hervey. Whenever i had called at Kensington 1 found that though at times she appeared to he on the Point of breaking through a self imposed restraint All men Tiu of travers was avoided and that some new object the mind of Constance to the exclusion of every other. W hat a Light did this revelation of Capels throw on her conduct and its inti up Aud it was such a woman u that was it that 1 had enshrined in the most inmost recesses of my heart and Wor a shipped As almost a i Vilty great god i a a these thoughts were trembling on my by when a Brief note was brought me a a miss Hervey a compliments to or. Edward Thornton and she will be obliged if late As it is he wih. Hasten to Kenar Agton 1 had never seen a line of herbs before in my life and it was wonderful How All my anger suspicion it in vanished exhaled before those Tittle. By stroke characters so much that but no i wont expose myself. A Hack so on conveyed Laie to Kwi Sington or. Hervey Coos tape and Good Annjane were All there in the parlor evidently id expectation of my arrival. Mias Hervey proceeded to bus ideas at once. 1 Quot a a it a a. V a Ion have not seen Fiarley dese Hampi lately 1 f a a not 11 the last to my 1 Rak her was in Bow Street whither she accompanied her scoundrel of an Uncle. >1 a Veu you must Lee her again she is deeply attached to or. Capel and expect that he will marry her As soon a marfan travers is convicted Aud he Capel has secured the vacant a Cha it h ,. A a emr. Capel continued miss Hervey and glint of shot from her charming Eye has been foolish enough to prefer another person at least so Lam instructed by papa with whom the gentleman left the note note not yet opened and addressed to me some hours since. 1 can Ini agin its contents but let us see. A f cannot depict a a words the a Corn contempt Pride Triumph too Shatsw ept Over that Breiu . eloquent upon my word a ska said re Only wonder such burning words did not fire the now or. Thornton von must see this forsaken Vantsel Marie Deschamps and acquaint her with or cafe in inconstancy she will require proof it shall be afforded her. In answer to this missive 1 Hail appoint or. Capel tote me beef to Morrow evening at seven you bring her by Hall past six Aud place Yoa self in you Little Ante room where everything done Here and every wore spoken can he distinctly sees and heard. This Well managed _ i am greatly deceived in those Southern eyes of hers if the iniquitous plot of which no doubt she holds the clue will not receive a unlocked for my at a a a a charming glorious i Beautiful 1�?� i was breaking info eclat of enthusiastic admiration but mrs. Hervey was too earn ret and excited to listen patiently to Thapa Dies Cut me Short with a Quot a a j a a a a a. \ a my dear sir its getting very late and there is you. Know much to be done to Morrow. Its hot pleasent to be let Down so suddenly when you Are particularly Stoity Bat As i was by this time pretty Well used to it submitted with the Best possible Quot Grace and after receiving seme other explanations and directions took leave. A / a it �?�1 obtained an interview without Dolfi culty 00 the Folio Wing morning with Marie Deschamps just before office hours and in her Uncle absence. She Vii serious to know the object of my visit but her manner though free and Gay was carefully guarded and unrelenting lilt 1 gradually Aud cautiously introduced the subject of caplet infidelity. It was marvelous How As each sentence fell upon her ear her figure stiffened into statue like rigidity and her Eyre kindled with tier passion. A if this be so a she said when i ceased speaking a the is playing with his life i is she the lady i passed a fortnight since when with him in the Parkin describe the lady and 1 will Tell she did so it was the exact portrait of mias Hervey and so i told her. A i had a misgiving at the she said a hit prove True but a will believe after what has passed Only my own eyes and this waa All we desired a satisfactory arrangement was agreed upon Aad i left her not without hogging self grat nation that 1 was not the Recreant sweetheart about to be caught in respect Capet evinced from the first much sorrow for i old friends lamentable fall he treated the notion of his being guiltless with disdain and taking me one Day, he said he should Endeavor to get Brocard it it of the country before the a a of trial either by fair Means or by tipping him the alien act. A la fact a he added with some confusion of manner a i have Faith flagrant Delict by such a Damsel. 1 watched Capel that Day with keen attention. He was. Much excited it waa evident and withal ill at ease there waa a nervous Apple abusive Neas in his manner and aspect 1 had never before noticed Over Bica however from time to time Quick flashes of exultation glimmered sparkled and then vanished. It a Thongthi the Shadow of a sinister catastrophe that already projects overages and appeals him. It might Marie Deschamps and i were esconded punctually at the Hoar named in the Little Alt of a closet communicating with the Here eve a. Up a Taire sitting room. Nobody appeared there till about five minutes to seven when Oak Stavee charmingly attired and looking divinely. Concluded on fourth Page

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