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All at once his eye, roaming down the columns, came upon the following announcement: "Mr. and Mrs. Rudyard Byng have returned to town from Scotland for a few days, before proceeding to Wales, where they are presently to receive at Glencader Castle the Duke and Duchess of Sheffield, the Prince and Princess of Cleaves, M. Santon, the French Foreign Minister, the Slavonian Ambassador, the Earl and Countess of Tynemouth, and Mr. Tudor Tempest.
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With a confident and satisfied smile Mr. Mappin, the celebrated surgeon, looked round the little group of which he was the centre at Glencader, Rudyard Byng's castle in Wales.
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As it was necessary to move him in any case, it was almost as easy, and no more dangerous, to bring him to Glencader than to take him to a London hospital.
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When, however, the surgeon said that if the journey was successfully made, the after-results would be all to the good, Stafford had assented, and had allowed himself to be included in the house-party at Glencader.
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Whether she would have insisted on Jigger going to Glencader if it had not meant that Ian would go also, it would be hard to say.
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She had fought against dwelling on it, and she was glad that every moment since they had come to Glencader had been full; that Rudyard had been much away with the shooters, and occupied in trying to settle a struggle between the miners and the proprietors of the mine itself, of whom he was one.
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He thought not; for otherwise she would scarcely bring Al'mah to Glencader and play Fellowes' game for him.
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When she received Jasmine's proposal to sing at Glencader she had hesitated to accept it, for society had no charms for her; but at length three considerations induced her to do so.
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Adrian had, however, deftly but clearly tried to dissuade her from coming to Glencader, and his reasons were so new and unconvincing that, for the first time,-she had a nature of strange trustfulness once her faith was given-a vague suspicion concerning Adrian perplexed and troubled her.
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Count Landrassy had thought at first, when Ian Stafford came to Glencader, that this meeting had been purposely arranged; but through Byng's frankness and ingenuous explanations he saw that he was mistaken.
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His coming to Glencader had been a surprise to her.
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This conversation had occurred on the day of their arrival at Glencader; and henceforth Alice had forcibly monopolized Stafford whenever and wherever possible.
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There had been an explosion in the Glencader Mine, and twenty men had been imprisoned in the stark solitude of the underground world.
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His generosity to the sick and poor of the Glencader Mine had been great, and he had given them a hospital and a club with adequate endowment.
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The shock of the explosion had been heard at Glencader, but nothing was thought of it, as there had been much blasting in the district for days.
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Word had gone to Glencader, and within an hour and a half Jasmine, Al'mah, Stafford, Lord Tynemouth, the Slavonian Ambassador, Adrian Fellowes, Mr. Tudor Tempest and others were at the pit's mouth, stricken by the same tragedy which had made so many widows and orphans that night.
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Brengyn once again fastened the group from Glencader with his eyes.
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Help and the pledge of help had lightened many a dark corner that night; and an unexplainable antipathy which had suddenly grown up in Al'mah's mind against Jasmine after her arrival at Glencader was dissipated as the hours wore on.
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Adrian Fellowes had gone back to Glencader to do necessary things, to prepare the household for any emergency; and she was grateful for the respite.
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He trusted Jasmine absolutely, while there was, at the same time, a great unrest in his heart and life-an unrest which the accident at the Glencader Mine, his own share in a great rescue, and her gratitude for his safety did little to remove.
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Examples of Glencader

Example #1
Wealth was more and more the master of England-new-made wealth; and some of it was too ostentatious and too pretentious to condone, much less indulge.
Example #2
Three years had not done it all, but it had done a good deal; and he was more keenly alive to the changes and developments which had begun long before he left and had increased vastly since.
Example #3
Rudyard blinked at him for a moment with ironical amusement, then remarked: "When you want to die, does it matter much whether you kill yourself with a bludgeon or a pin, take gas from a tap or cyanide of potassium, jump in front of a railway train or use the revolting razor?
Example #4
They did it better in olden days in Italy and the East.
Example #5
Under the surgeon's instructions Jasmine had arranged it all, and Jigger had travelled like royalty from Paddington into Wales, and there had captured the household, as he had captured Stafford at breakfast in St. James's Street.
Example #6
On the night of Jigger's accident Ian Stafford on his way from Jasmine's house had caught Mr. Mappin, and the surgeon had operated at once, saving the lad's life.