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  • Lady Alanby of Dole made a practice of speaking of him in public frequently, always with admiring approval, and in that final manner of hers, to whose authority her neighbours had so long submitted.

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  • Lady Alanby gazed at him a few seconds, and made no reply whatever.

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  • Lady Alanby knows there would be no chance for Tommy then.

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  • Lady Alanby had heard that the fact that she was with her sister had awakened curiosity and people were talking about her.

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  • Thus Lady Alanby, as their carriage turned out of Stornham village.

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  • Lady Alanby held him by her chair for some time, openly enjoying her talk with him, and calling up Tommy, that they might make friends.

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  • She had sent photographs of Stornham, of Dunholm Castle, and of Dole, and had even found an old engraving of Lady Alanby in her youth.

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  • Lady Alanby, having been welcomed by him, and led to the most comfortable, tree-shaded chair, found his bearing so elegantly chastened that she gazed at him with private curiosity.

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  • "Lady Alanby spoke of it to Sir Nigel, and I heard Sir Nigel tell her."

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  • Old Lady Alanby looked out on the passing landscape.

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