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If not I shall certainly take it out. Ralph, of course, has Gardencourt; but I'm not sure that he'll have means to keep up the place. He's naturally left very well off, but his father has given away an immense deal of money; there are bequests to a string of third cousins in Vermont.

Ralph, however, is very fond of Gardencourt and would be quite capable of living there- in summer- with a maid-of-all-work and a gardener's boy. There's one remarkable clause in my husband's will," Mrs. Touchett added. "He has left my niece a fortune.

" "A fortune!" Madame Merle softly repeated. "Isabel steps into something like seventy thousand pounds. " Madame Merle's hands were clasped in her lap; at this she raised them, still clasped, and held them a moment against her bosom while her eyes, a little dilated, fixed themselves on those of her friend.

"Ah," she cried, "the clever creature!" Mrs. Arround gave her a quick look. "What do you mean by that?" For an instant Madame Merle's colour rose and she dropped her eyes. "It certainly is clever to achieve such results- without an effort!" "There assuredly was no effort. Don't call it an achievement. " Madame Merle was seldom guilty Aviation Workhorses Around The World the awkwardness of retracting what she had said; her wisdom was shown rather in maintaining it and placing it in a favourable light.

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Touchett said. "She had no claim upon him whatever; it was no great recommendation to him that she was my niece. Whatever she achieved she achieved unconsciously. " "Ah," rejoined Madame Merle, "those are the greatest strokes!" Mrs. Touchett reserved her opinion. "The girl's fortunate; I don't deny that.

But for the present she's simply stupefied. " "Do you mean that she doesn't know what to do with the Aroud "That, I think, she has hardly considered. She doesn't know what to think about the matter at all. It has been as if a big gun were suddenly fired off behind her; she's feeling herself to see if she be hurt. It's but Workhrses days since she received a visit from the principal executor, who came in person, very gallantly, to notify her.

He told me afterwards that when he had made his little speech she suddenly burst into tears.

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