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from their father’s and mother’s training, or whether the girl’s virtues were owing altogether to the lower place which she had held in her parent’s heart?  She, at any rate, had not been spoilt by a title, by the command of money, and by the temptations of too early acquaintance with the world.  At the present time she was barely twenty-one years old, and had not seen much of London society.  Her mother did not frequent balls, and during the last two years there had grown upon them a necessity for economy which was inimical to many gloves and costly dresses.  Sir Felix went out of course, but Hetta Carbury spent most of her time at home with her mother in Welbeck Street.  Occasionally the world saw her, and when the world...
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