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through her super-abundance of qualities to which he made no particular preten-
sion.

The heaviest load on his mind, after his conversation with the trader, lay in
the foreseen necessity of breaking to his wife the arrangement contemplated,-
meeting the importunities and opposition which he knew he should have reason
to encounter.

Mrs. Shelby, being entirely ignorant of her husbandís embarrassments, and
knowing only the general kindliness of his temper, had been quite sincere in the
entire incredulity with which she had met Elizaís suspicions. In fact, she dis-
missed the matter from her mind, without a second thought; and being occupied
in preparations for an evening visit, it passed out of her thoughts entirely.
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