re I could turn away from the view; and said to papa that he feared his little girl was tired as well as cold–and so spoiled all my pleasure. I looked back afterwards as papa and I drove down: he was walking by Clare’s carcole and they were laughing heartily.And that was the way always. He was such an elder brother to me–a thing I never had and do not want–that a dozen times a day I set my teeth viciously together and said to myself that if ever we met in London–but what nonsense that was, because, of course, it mattered nothing to me what he was thinking, only he had no right to be so rudely familiar. That was all; but it was quite enough to make me dislike him.
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