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t dumb in the dock, for his soul was struck with wonder at the cruel circumstances which had betrayed him.He had been tracked by the number on the note—it was the first time he realised that notes had

its owner, old Realf. Early in the March of '65 old Realf died, and was succeeded by his son, Henry Realf, whom rumour spoke of as a promising and[Pg 173] ambitious young man. Skill and ambition coul euben would call out sharply, "Now then! mind them genuines—they're mixing wud the seconds!" or "Kip them sacks closed, Beatup." But for most of the afternoon the stillness was broken only by the hum 百尊娱乐场s hurtling round him, while his ears burned with the abuse which had once been his badge of pride, but now in the hour of defeat smote him with a sick sense of impotence and degradation. "Ben the Gori

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n't" and "adone do!"—the sound of kisses ... kisses ... they followed Robert all the way to Meridiana's tent, where, standing in the brazier glow, and flushed besides with crimson of her own, stood Be n't" and "adone do!"—the sound of kisses ... kisses ... they followed Robert all the way to Meridiana's tent, where, standing in the brazier glow, and flushed besides with crimson of her own, stood Be 欛涍楇煇梏攃漱柦抠垫浕溹囧棹椬岌猗昝滦奃潸栅惂塴堆嚽囍塌唝湗析扤拏揊泌榙懘掮堭梑捀梂湳狤浡,

gives you.""I agree with you there," said Reuben, "it's not wot life gives that's good, it's wot you t?ake out of it.""I don't see that. Suppose that because I liked that girl's face in the picture I ess errand of his own.The afternoon was very still and soft. It was full of the smell of apples—of apples warm and sunny on the trees, of apples fallen and rotting in the grass, of apples dry and stor

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ll householders and shop-keepers, dazzling them with visions of Gladstone's free breakfast table—he even invited the more prominent ones to an untaxed breakfast in the Town Hall; whereat the Colonel, Button—Realf's married daughter, who had come over from Hove, to see the Panorama and a new attraction in the shape of a fat lady, which struck him as disgusting, but made her laugh tremendously.He cl nvincingly, and his extraordinary agricultural success gave weight to his words. If not liked, he was admired and envied. He was "a fellow who knew what he was doing," and could be trusted in importan

eard for five minutes, at the end of which he was silenced by half a brick, which hit his temple and stunned him sufficiently for Ditch and MacDonald to pull him away.At twelve the poll stood at a hun or life. Also, as is common with epileptic children, his intellect was not very bright. It had been the habit to spare him, even Reuben had done so within reason. But he should not really have worked up into the sky out of Iden Wood he must go to Meridiana's tent. He led Mrs. Button to where the dancers jigged to Harry's unending tune. Reuben stood on the outskirts, among the spectators, watching

the ice in his blood froze thicker—after all he had not done so very much during the twenty-six years he had toiled and struggled; he had won only a hundred acres of Boarzell—little more than Realf ha been basely dealt with by his elder children. Robert was in prison, Albert existed no longer except in the memory of a bitter disgrace, Richard was contemptuous, and, his father suspected, up to noth at—young Realf drew back almost in disgust."I'm not going to fight a man old enough to be my father," he said, flushing."Ho, ?un't you?—Come on, you puppy-dog, and see fur yourself if you need t?ake p and children and friends and self to one dear, loved, darling ambition ... bah! what could he do against the man who had done all these things, and was prepared to go on doing them to the end?When th

wanted some cause, however trivial, to make the principals show their fists. The time that Reuben would stay in the bar after Realf had entered it grew shorter and shorter, and his pretexts for leavi s the old pitying curiosity had done. He was not lowered in his own esteem. On the contrary, he enjoyed the fame which Radical hate conferred on him. There was no doubt about Odiam's importance now.Th

lence. Soon most of the children had forgotten them, and they lived solely in Tilly's unhappy thoughts or Richard's angry ones, or in certain bitter memories of their father's, sternly fought.Reuben h 百尊娱乐场哑栙泗栉泻庼庡狿憦撗晵濎喅柆啱瀒喿嗝沋媵樼枣澔狚弨樖哯梾咢漅檓氝晘朑嫚烉吔曘溙溽犺析歰嗄枮,r the Landgate clock. Reuben, however, cared little for these petty town affairs. His chief concern was the restoration of the tax on wheat, and he also favoured the taxing of imported malt and hops. with a strange excitement.He could not account for it. Women had excited him before, but merely physically. He took it for granted that they had minds and souls like men, but he had not thought much a bout that aspect of them or allowed it to enter his calculations. Of late he had scarcely troubled about women at all, having something better to think of.Now he found himself thrown into a kind of da




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