‘I quite agree with you. I am so much obliged to you,’ said Lady Carbury, who was now determined that Felix should run off with the girl. ‘You have been so very kind.’ Then again she gave him her hand, as though to bid him farewell for the night.
‘And now,’ he said, ‘I also have something to say to you.’
CHAPTER XXXI — MR BROUNE HAS MADE UP HIS MIND
‘And now I have something to say to you.’ Mr Broune as he thus spoke to Lady Carbury rose up to his feet and then sat down again. There was an air of perturbation about him which was very manifest to the lady, and the cause and coming result of which she thought that she understood. ’The susceptible old goose...