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      "Oh, sir, I must make it! I can ask no less!"

      "Oh, you are. The things you say. The things you think! I never knew."

      I stopped him. "Why, Gholson, you're burning up with fever."Gholson's lips moved inaudibly, his jaws set hard, and he blanched; but the Colonel smiled once more: "I've heard that at one time you said, or implied, that Captain Ferry had betrayed his office, because when he had a fair chance to shoot this varmint he omitted, for private reasons, to do it. And I've heard you say, myself, that this isn't your own little private war. So,--just change seats with me."

      "Walk up the lane," she whispered, "I'll come presently."

      "Who was it?" I asked. "Where is he?""But what did you see?" enquired Gregg, kindly. "What was there to be seen?"

      The figure of a girl rose out of a bower of palms and ferns and stood before Gordon Bruce with a shy welcome in her violet eyes. Just for a moment Bruce found himself contrasting this fresh English beauty with the Lalage Southern loveliness to the detriment of the latter. There was a purity and sweetness, a wonderful tenderness of expression about Hetty Lawrence that had always appealed to Bruce.


      "Richard, it helps the wrong way; I know that story. After hearing that story she is, yes! the one woman of all women to send me this.""Ah!" screamed the Doctor, dancing round the room, and forgetting even God in his agony. "What have I done? What have I done?"


      "Oh, I know you did even better than you've told me, but I'd be a fool to send you back on the instant, so. Stay till to-morrow or next day." The captor smiled. "Major, I think we owe the lady that much hospitality."CHAPTER FOUR