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sank down on the ground. To her surprise, Mr. Openshaw raised her up very tenderly. Even the polieman helped to lay her on the sofa; and, at Mr. Openshaw's desire, he went for some wine and sandwiceariness and exhaustion. "Norah," said Mr. Openshaw, in his kindest voice, "the brooch is foundho she was waiting for. She suddenly pushed Mr. Openshaw away, saying, "On, sir, you must go — you m words. The policeman had left the room at Mr. Openshaw's desire, and they two were alone. "Yoh, solemnly. "God only knows," replied Mr. Openshaw, in the same tone. "Your name and address adead and cold." "God forgive me!" said Mr. Openshaw. "God forgive us all!" said Norah. "Yo Nor did Alice inquire into the reason why Mr. Openshaw had been absent during his uncle and aunt'ssie and her "father," (as she always called Mr. Openshaw) drove to a cemetery a little way out of toon it — that was all. Sitting by the grave, Mr. Openshaw told her the story; and for the sad fate of[4 more...]<