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Wasn’t it an unkind, unsisterly factor to do? ” she requested piteously. “Oh, I shall by no means think an analogous in the direction of Louisa back. Tom used to be right—I didn’t inform you approximately Tom’s letter yet i'll by means of and via. I shall no longer return to Louisa after her locking me out. while it stops raining I’ll move directly as much as my cousin Ella’s and stick with her till I set up my plans. yet something is bound, I shall no longer return to Louisa. ” “I wouldn’t,” acknowledged the health practitioner recklessly. “Now, don’t cry and don’t fear. Take off your hat—you can visit the spare room around the corridor, when you like. Jim has long gone upstairs to lie down; he has a nasty headache and says he doesn’t wish any tea. So i used to be going to wake up a bachelor’s snack for myself. My housekeeper is away. She heard, at church that her mom was once unwell and went over to Marwood. ” while Mary Isabel got here again from the spare room, a bit calmer yet with strains of tears on her purple cheeks, the healthcare professional had pretty much as good a tea-table unfold as any girl can have had. Mary Isabel notion it used to be lucky that the little errand boy, Tommy Brewster, used to be there, or she definitely may were dreadfully embarrassed, now that the flame of her anger had blown out. yet afterward, whilst tea used to be over and he or she and the physician have been left on my own, she didn't suppose embarrassed finally. as a substitute, she felt delightfully satisfied and at domestic. Dr. Hamilton placed one so comfy. She informed him all approximately Tom’s letter and her next riot. Dr. Hamilton by no means as soon as made the error of smiling. He listened and authorized and sympathized. “So I’m made up our minds I won’t cross back,” concluded Mary Isabel, “unless she asks me to—and Louisa won't ever do this. Ella should be completely satisfied sufficient to have me for your time; she has 5 young children and can’t get any aid. ” The health care professional shrugged his shoulders. He considered Mary Isabel as unofficial drudge to Ella Kemble and her relations. Then he checked out the little silvery determine through the window. “I imagine i will recommend a greater plan,” he acknowledged lightly and tenderly. “Suppose you remain here—as my spouse. I’ve constantly desired to ask you that yet I feared it was once no need simply because I knew Louisa may oppose it and that i didn't imagine you will consent if she didn't. I think,” the surgeon leaned ahead and took Mary Isabel’s fluttering hand in his, “I imagine we will be able to be more than happy the following, expensive. ” Mary Isabel flushed pink and her center beat wildly. She knew now that she enjoyed Dr. Hamilton—and Tom could have loved it—yes, Tom may. She remembered how Tom hated the idea of his sisters being outdated maids. “I—think—so—too,” she faltered shyly. “Then,” stated the health care professional promptly, “what is the problem with our being married the following and now? ” “Married! ” “Yes, after all. the following we're in a country the place no licence is needed, a minister in the home, and also you all wearing the main appealing marriage ceremony silk conceivable. you want to see, in case you simply examine it evenly, how far better will probably be than going as much as Mrs. Kemble’s and thereby publishing your distinction with Louisa to all of the village. I’ll offer you fifteen mins to get used to the belief after which I’ll name Jim down.