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Oh, dear, yes! Perfectly well. John was never made to be fat.

To mark his disapproval of this fawning, and for fear any hint of patronage or condescension might come his way, Mahony had all his armour on, all his spines out, when he was unexpectedly summoned to the Hall to attend one of the children, sick of a feverish cold. Mary saw him go, with many misgivings; but it actually seemed as if, for once, his lordly manner went down. By his own account he successfully faced the imperious dame: Who, if you please, was for herself pronouncing on the ailment it turns out to be chicken-pox and had nurses and maids dancing like puppets to a string. I soon let her see that kind of thing wouldnt do with me, Mary. And she took the hint fast enough, changed her tone, and behaved like any other decently bred woman. I had certainly rather though, he added, have her for a friend than an enemy.

Mary went home intending to keep silence about her intermeddling at any rate till she saw what came of it. But Richard was regularly in the doldrums: he had to be comforted somehow. At first, as she had expected, he was furious; and abused her like a pickpocket for discussing his private affairs with an outsider. You KNOW how I hate publicity! As for telling them in that quarter . . . why, I might as well go out and shout them from the housetop.

Its really a lesson not to hoard ones clothes, but to use and enjoy them while you can. Not to get anything too grand, either, which makes it seem a pity to wear.

Now, did you ever? ejaculated Lisby with force, but a divided mind. At present she was carving a cold chicken with the same precision as the pie. (Mahony laughed afterwards when, sunk deep in the feathers, he lay watching the gigantic shadows flung by a single candle on the white ceiling, and Mary braided her hair; laughed and said, Lisbys carving made him think of a first-year medical performing on a frog.) NEVER did I hear tell of such things! I declare, my dear, I am reminded of Miss Delauncey of Dupew. You will remember her, Polly I would say Mary. (I think I do just remember the name, from Mary.) Well, my dear, what must she do but leave home against her fathers will to go and be a governess in Birmingham. And now Lisby in her turn held forth on the surprising adventures of Miss Delauncey, who, finding herself in a post that did not suit her, was obliged to take another.