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nd my little Carrie has quite set her heart upon seeing Heidelberg. Perhaps, Mr. Blount, we may be fellow-travelers a little longer." Carrie stole a rapid glancsubject with an admirable imitation of perfect indifference. "Oh, by-the-way, Mr. Blount, I have something quite extraordinary to tell you! When papa went with Dr. Ging in his own immense mental relief to take cheerful views on all subjects. "Mr. Blount is much interested in all scientific matters, I know, and wants to talk some daughter whirled away. The interview between the benevolent doctor and Fred Blount was a long and a painful one. In after-years, Dr. G--'s eyes would moisten r received a few hurried, blotted lines; unforeseen circumstances had decided Mr. Blount to an immediate return to England. There was a temporary sadness in the pretd thrown herself more unreservedly upon his love. But one thing is certain; Fred Blount, as she foresaw, was not destined to succeed in the profession he had hastil