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«Ah! but then they’re so fond of you,» said the admiring mother. » You saved his lordship’s life,under Providence.»» That’s all bosh, mother. You ask Dr. Tory Burch Outlet Crofts. He knows them as well as I do.»» Dr. Crofts is going to marry Bell Dale,» said Mary; and then the conversation was turned from the subject of Lady Julia’s perfections, and the awe inspired by the earl.» Crofts going to marry Bell » exclaimed Eames, thinking Tory Burch Handbags almost with dismay of the doctor’s luck in thus getting himself accepted all at once, while he had been suing with the constancy almost of a Jacob.» Yes,» said Mary; » and they say that she has refused her cousin Bernard, and that, therefore, the squire is taking away the house from them. You know they’re all coming into Guestwick.»» Yes, I know they are. But I don’t believe that the squire is taking away the house.»» Why should they come then ? Why should they give up such a charming Tory Burch Sale place as that ?»» Rentfree !» said Mrs. Eames.» I don’t know why they should come away, but I can’t believe the squire is turning them out; at any rate not for that reason.» The squire was prepared to advocate John’s suit, and therefore John was bound to do battle on the squire’s behalf.» He is a very stern man,» said Mrs. Eames, » and they saythat since that affair of poor Lily’s he has been more cross than ever with them. As far as I know, it was not Lily’s fault.»» Poor Lily! » said Mary. » I do pity her. If I was her I should hardly know how to show my face; I shouldn’t, indeed.»» And Tory Burch Flats why shouldn’t she show her face ?» said John, in an angry tone. » What has she done to be ashamed of? Show her face indeed I cannot understand the spite which one woman will sometimes have to another.»» There is no spite, John; and it’s very wrong of you to say so,» said Mary, defending herself. » But it is a very unpleasant thing for a girl to be jilted. All the world knows that she was engaged to him.»» And all the world knows» But he would not proceed todeclare that all the world knew also that Crosbie had been well thrashed for his baseness. It would not become him to mention that even before his mother and sister.