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  • “Immediately, cheaile; and does you father suffer much?”

    Uncle Silas

  • “Not to-day, my dear cheaile, for it was all disarrange when we go ‘way; ’twill be ready again in two three days.”?

    Uncle Silas

  • At last she said, rather angrily, and shaking her arm loose — “What do you mean, cheaile?”

    Uncle Silas

  • “And who told you, cheaile, you are in any danger?” demanded Madame, looking down on me with a black and witch-like stare.

    Uncle Silas

  • You are cheaile still; you cannot have intelligence more than a cheaile.

    Uncle Silas

  • So Catherine, with a lingering look, departed; and Madame said — “Will you, dear cheaile, be so kind to bring here my purse, I forgot on the table in my room; also, I advise you, bring your.”

    Uncle Silas

  • “Wat is that, dear cheaile?” she enquired, drawing near and scrutinising the head of the gipsy charm, which showed like a little ladybird newly lighted on the sheet.

    Uncle Silas

  • “Hish! be quaite, cheaile, weel you, and I weel tale you everything presently.”

    Uncle Silas

  • “What other arrangements do you mean, my dear cheaile?” enquired Madame.

    Uncle Silas

  • I indignantly repelled the charge, and searching me for a moment with her oddly-shaped, cunning eyes, she said — “That is good cheaile, you speak a so direct — I like that, and am glad to hear; but, my dear Maud, that woman — —”

    Uncle Silas

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