She always had some interesting book on hand, and kept，
'Wholly by you,' said Bertie, dropping his companion's arm, and standing before her on the path. In their walk they had come exactly to the spot where Eleanor had been provoked into slapping Mr Slope's face. Could it be possible that the place was peculiarly unpropitious to her comfort? Could it be possible that she should her have to encounter another amorous swain?
'If you will be guided by me, Mr Stanhope, you will set yourself down to steady and persevering work, and you will be ruled by your father as to the place in which it will be most advisable for you to do so.'
'Nothing could be more prudent, if only it were practicable. But now, if you will let me, I will tell you how it is that I will be guided by you, and why. Will you let me tell you?'
'I really do not know what you can have to tell.'
'No--you cannot know. It is impossible that you should. But we have been very good friends, Mrs Bold, have we not?'
'Yes, I think we have,' said she, observing in his demeanour an earnestness very unusual with him.
'You were kind enough to say just now that you took an interest in me, and I was perhaps vain enough to believe you.'
'There is no vanity in that; I do so as your sister's brother,--and as my own friend also.'
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