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" " Yes, sweetheart, till death. " Then Ethel took a ring out of a case and slipped it on to Jack's little finger. It was a massive gold ring, with a single stone in it ; and Jack was speech- less with amazement when he saw that the stone was a wonderful pink diamond.
CHAPTER XV.
SUSPICION.
" I hewed an idol out of stone, The whitest stone I ever saw ; But by your proving it was shown The marble had a hidden flaw. " MR. FENTON, Miss Harland's lawyer, was in great distress ; for Miss Harland had
... left town in the mid- dle of July, saying that she was going for a thorough rest to some outlandish German place whereof no sane person could pronounce the name, and leaving no address, as she did not want to be bothered with letters ; and at the end of August he had discovered that the famous Harland diamond was missing from the bank where it was always kept. It turned out that early in the month a young lady, whom the bank clerk took to be Miss Harland, came for the pink diamond and carried it away with her, leaving behind a receipt duly signed " Elfrida Harland " in Miss Harland's writing or at any rate a very good imitation of it ; but on inquiry it was found out that this young lady's visit did not occur until nearly a month after Miss Harland had left London ; and thereupon the bank began to have a suspicion of foul play.

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