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A Christmas Accident And Other Stories

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The record of Mary Twining is finished. With MaryFleming he has nothing to do. But where is the girl of ripenedunderstanding, of freedom of thought, of directness of purpose? We donot know, for our biographer does not tell us. Was there a tragedy, andwere the details too heart-breaking for even the stoical Editor tomaintain his critical attitude?
Where is the gallant cavalier with his picturesque devotion, and hisvain toys of pretty speech and gesture and his fiery and over-weeninglove and admi
...ration for Mistress Mary Twining? He seemed to me a braveand loyal sort of young fellow enough. I cannot tell. Put the quaint oldbook back on the shelf, and let her romance rest again. Butnotwithstanding her husband of such promise and rare discretion, Icannot help sighing, "Poor Mary Twining!" Fate and she had a difference, after all. And she was but twenty-one!
A Postlude IT was almost time for the train to leave the station, and the seatswere filling rapidly. The Irishwoman, with four children so near of asize that they seemed to be distinguished only by the variety of eatableeach one was consuming, had entered the car and deposited her largenewspaper bundle just inside the door, and driven her flock all into thelittle end seat, where they were stowed uncomfortably, one on top ofanother, gazing stolidly about the car.


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