d far more deserving of credit than censure.
Mr. Lee enjoys himself in all reasonable and rationalt will throw some light on the subject.
Does Mr. Lee accept any favors from his friends which he da; "but I think you are mistaken in regard to Mr. Lee; and I fancy, you have been led astray by othorence; "not out of any particular dislike to Mr. Lee, nor from any especial regard for Mr. Freely,.
"I suppose you're going to Miss Darcy's, Lee?" said Freely.
"I am, Dick," was the quiet so, Lee?"
"I do, Dick."
"Excuse, me, Lee; but, now, don't you really think Miss Darcy ses see alike."
"No, that's true!" responded Lee, with an almost imperceptible smile.
At th the woman, in conclusion.
"The old story, Lee," abruptly cried Freely.
"You'd meet a dozen sain requesting the mendicants to call upon him, Lee followed his heartless, selfish companion.
A short time afterward, Frederick Lee and Eva Darcy were married, and the happy [19 more...]