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n. Has she been out? No Is she quite sure of that? Quite; besides, as she ventures to remind him, the locks have not been forced, or is aught else missing, as would have been the case if thieves had entered the house. In uncontrollable agitation, the be wildered young man paces the room, while Fanny, unable to proffer advice, or assist him with any reasonable conjecture, watches him in trembling silence. Suspicions are crowding upon his mind; hints given before his marriage about Fanny Robert's brother, and regrets uttered, even in his hearing, that a respectable young man like Mr. Edwards should lower himself by such a connection, are suddenly remembered and dwelt upon. He pauses before his wife, and sternly demands what errand had brought that brother of hers to his house. That brother of hers ! What a speech ! All Fanny's sisterly feelings are in arms, and yet her voice falters, for she is forced to own that it was the want of money. "And you told him I had those papers