Alpheus Richmond showed respect for him by wearing a silk sash under his waistcoat, and Baron by purchasing shares in the Aurora company.
When Mark Telford lay dead, George Hagar tried to take from his finger the ring which carried the tale of his life and death inside it, but the hand was clinched so that it could not be opened. Two years afterward, when he had won his fame through two pictures called “The Discovery” and “The Sequel,” he told his newly married wife of this. And he also cleared Mark Telford’s name of cowardice in her sight, for which she was grateful.
It is possible that John Gladney and George Hagar understood Mark Telford better than the woman who once loved him. At least they think so.
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