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ead with remarka●ble facility; and instruction profited him ▓to such a degree that he was soon abl▓e to sustain a very accurate seco●nd.So when we were at

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loss for another ●occupation we would while the hours away with S●chubert’s songs. We spent most ▓of our evenings in-doors, chatting at ●the fireside.Sometimes Merival

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e would tak●e himself off to pay a visit ●in the town.Then I would invariabl▓y fall to marveling at the change he had wrought▓ in my life.“It is certain,” ▓I sai



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d, “that Destiny holds some h●appiness still in store for you.” ▓I was mistaken.Destiny was sim●ply granting me a momentary r▓espite—drawing off, preparator●y to delivering her final culminatin●g blow. One night Merivale cam▓e home late.I, indeed, had alrea▓dy gone to bed.He roused me b●y lighting the gas and crying, “Wake▓ up, wake up; I have something of the utmost i▓mportance to communicate.” “Is the house af▓ire” I demanded, startled. 癜No; the house is all right.Bu▓t rub your eyes and open your ears.Do you know● Dr.Rodolph” “The musical director” ▓ “The same.” “Of course I know hi●m by reputation.Do you mean perso●nally Why do you ask” “Becau▓se—but that?/p>

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