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FLORABEL'S LOVER; 1

GIVING HIM A LEAD.

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GIVING HIM A LEAD. Edward," asked Genevieve, do you think a girl should propose ? Why, no, indeed It it beneath woman's dignity." "There, now," said the gentle girl, "I told mamma she was wrong. She said that when a young man came to see a girl every night in the week tor two years and stayed for dinner every Sunday, and smoked her father's oigara, and always happened to tie handy whenever we had any company, so that he woula be Invited to go to the theatre with UI, it was the girl's privilege to take it for granted that he was sincere in his atten- tions and ask him whether he preferred a wedding* trip, or would rather just settle down to home life in a neat little cottage." Edward knew how to take a delicate hint, and did wh&t seemed to be expected of him. .J!!

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