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In Accordance With The Evidence
by by Oliver Onions
Binding: Hardcover, 284 pages
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Weight: 129
Dimension: H: 0.75 x L: 9 x W: 0.5 inches

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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: SOME time or other during the period of my engagement to Miss Windus (an episode of my history I am now approaching), I happened to remark on the pleasant arrangement that had removed many of the temptations of London from Archie Merridew's path by giving him a ' home from home' the wholesome influence of the Soames' house in Woburn Place. My charmer agreed with me that no arrangement could have been happier. It is of that arrangement that I must now speak. But first I must tell you as much as I can recollect of the party with which the Christmas term closed. , Little as things of that kind appeal to me, I had been to that breaking up party. Why I had deliberately sought this misery I find it difficult to say. It had been Miss Levey who, the very evening before the result of the Method examination had been announced, had broached the matter to me, and that of itself would doubtless have decided me had it not been for Miss Oauston, who had come up just as I was refusing. ' Mr Jeffries says he won't come!' Miss Levey,had said, turning to Miss Causton, 'but we want a few of the seniors as guests you and Mr Mackie and Mr Weston you're the lights of the college, you know.' I had been quite unaware that my mental comment on her ' we ' had shown in my face (she was quite twenty five), but apparently it had, for she had added, with a laugh that had struck me as contemptuous even of herself, ' Oh, I call myself a junior too! ' and had turned away. Of course I ought not to have gone, and, after I had learned of my failure in Method, I had been on the point of renewing my refusal. But then there had seized me an almost mad desire to see how much I really could endure with a smile (Evie and Archie, of course, had been among the first to accept). So the very thing that ought to hav...

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