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Janet Erskine would certainly never get herself into trouble with her ton'^ue. 'They were very wicked.' ' Wicked, Annie 1 Oh, nonsense.
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So long as she had been subservient in every parti- cular, and had not thwarted her in any desire or aim, all went well ; but now that Annie had grown to womanhood, and seemed disposed to claim for herself a woman's privileges, Janet Erskine rose up in arms. Veda's had still a tall, splendidly- proportioned figure, and he was thoroughly at home in the saddle. The afternoon rest had hecome a necessary j)art of lun* life. d, a frail creature, madi; for sniisliine and happiness; s Ik?
You are vexed with me.' ' Oh no, not with you ; oidy you do not understaml.* The girl passed her hand with a sudden, quick gesture across her brow. If I say more, perhaps you will not speak to me again at all. I know they have done a great deal for me ; that they kept me from going to the pocrhouse, Avliere I suppose I should have gone but for them. What about T ' Oh, Miss Ethel, dear, I wish I could tell you,' cried Annie Erskine, and a great trembling shook her. She drew nearer to her, and laid her soft hand very quietly on Annie's bare arm.