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Lilly?" "What do you mean?" "Why, you know they always dine at six to suit the Doctor's arrangements. One day Lilly called about some society matter on a lady who lives not a hundred miles from her street, about five o'clock in the afternoon.--The lady herself came to the door, and Lilly was about entering, when she thought she perceived the smell of roast meat in the hall; and said very politely, but perhaps it is now your dinner hour?" "No, indeed! replied madam, with indignation. We don't dine at this time of day; we are not so stuck up!" "Poor Lilly!" exclaimed Mr. Ashton, laughing. "What did she say? " "O, she did her errand and retired, of course. There was nothing to be said." Mr. Ashton turned is fretfulness and its cause. He kissed his wife, and thanked her for her trouble, and proposed that she should send for Lilly to spend the day with her, and strode away with his usual elasticity of step. Chrissy watched him from the door till