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" "And will you provide the husband as well?" "I shall certainly take an interest in her marrying fortunately. I imagine you'll do the same. " "Indeed I shan't!" cried the Countess.

"Why should I, of all women, set such Shipwrecks of North East Scotland 1444-1990 price on a husband?" "You didn't marry fortunately; that's what I'm speaking of. When I say a husband I mean a good one. " "There are no good ones. Osmond won't be a good one. " Madame Merle closed her eyes a moment.

"You're irritated just now; I don't know why," she presently said. "I don't think you'll really object either to your brother's or to your niece's marrying when the time comes for them to do so; and Shipwrecks of North East Scotland 1444-1990 regards Pansy I'm confident that we shall some day have the pleasure of looking for a husband for her together. Your large acquaintance will be a great help. " "Yes, I'm irritated," the Countess answered.

"You often irritate me. Your own coolness is fabulous. You're a strange woman. " "It's much better that we should always act together," Madame Merle went on. "Do you mean that as a threat?" asked the Countess rising. Madame Merle shook her head as for quiet amusement. "No indeed, you've not my coolness!" Isabel and Mr. Osmond were now slowly coming toward them and Isabel had taken Pansy by the hand.

"Do you pretend to Shipwrecks of North East Scotland 1444-1990 he'd make her happy?" the Countess demanded. "If he should marry Miss Archer I suppose he'd behave like a gentleman.

The Countess jerked herself into a succession of attitudes. "Do you mean as most gentlemen behave. That would be much to be thankful for.

Of course Osmond's a gentleman; his own sister needn't be reminded of that. But does he think he can marry any girl he happens to pick out. Osmond's a gentleman, of course; but I must say I've never, no, no, never, seen any one of Osmond's pretensions. What Shipwrecks of North East Scotland 1444-1990 all founded on is more than I can say. I'm his own sister; I might be supposed to know.

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