The Way We Live Now eBook

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Whether her hopes were realised, or,—­as human hopes never are realised,—­how far her content was assured, these pages cannot tell; but they must tell that, before the coming winter was over, Lady Carbury became the wife of Mr Broune and, in furtherance of her own resolve, took her husband’s name.  The house in Welbeck Street was kept, and Mrs Broune’s Tuesday evenings were much more regarded by the literary world than had been those of Lady Carbury.


It need hardly be said that Paul Montague was not long in adjusting his affairs with Hetta after the visit which he received from Roger Carbury.  Early on the following morning he was once more in Welbeck Street, taking the brooch with him; and though at first Lady Carbury kept up her opposition...

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