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Say not so. " "You utter these words, Henry," she said, "but they do not come from your heart. Ah, no, no, no! " The door was opened by Mrs. Bannerworth, who said, "It is only me, my dear. Henry, here is Dr. " Henry turned to Flora, saying, "You will see him, dear Flora? You know Mr. " "Shew Mr. Chillingworth up," said Henry to the servant. In a few moments the medical man was in the room, and he at once approached the bedside to speak to Flora, upon whose pale countenance he looked with evident interest, while at the same time it seemed mingled with a painful feeling at least so his own face indicated.

It was later than this," said Henry. " "Hush! " Flora moaned in her sleep, and made a slight movement. The curtains were all drawn closely round the bed to shield her eyes from the bright moonlight which streamed into the room so brilliantly. They might have closed the shutters of the window, but this they did not like to do, as it would render their watch there of no avail at all, inasmuch as they would not be able to see if any attempt was made by any one to obtain admittance. A quarter of an hour longer might have thus passed when Mr.

Said Marchdale. " "You would have done quite right," replied Mr. Marchdale. " Thus, then, prepared for any exigency, they made the whole round of the house; but found all the fastenings secure, and everything as quiet as possible. "Suppose, now, we take a survey of the park outside the garden wall," said Mr. Marchdale. This was agreed to; but before they had proceeded far, Mr. Marchdale said, "There is a ladder lying on the wall; would it not be a good plan to place it against the very spot the supposed vampyre jumped over last night, and so, from a more elevated position, take a view of the open meadows.

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