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in pure integrity of heart, and distant respect for you. If I meant
more or less than this, I should be unworthy his regard, and false
to the very nature that prompts the honest words I utter.

She waved her hand, entreating him to be gone, but answered
not a word. Nicholas could say no more, and silently withdrew.
And thus ended his first interview with Madeline Bray.


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