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That night he was again playing at the Beargarden, and he lost a great part of Mr Melmotte’s money.  He did in fact lose much more than the L200; but when he found his ready money going from him he issued paper.


Paul Montague had other troubles on his mind beyond this trouble of the Mexican Railway.  It was now more than a fortnight since he had taken Mrs Hurtle to the play, and she was still living in lodgings at Islington.  He had seen her twice, once on the following day, when he was allowed to come and go without any special reference to their engagement, and again, three or four days afterwards, when the meeting was by no means so pleasant.  She had wept, and after weeping had stormed.  She had...

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