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But now Evelyn, as you say, is growing up; the time approaches when she must decide on accepting or rejecting Lord Vargrave.
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On one hand, so much is due to the wishes of your late husband, in every point of view, that if Lord Vargrave be worthy of Evelyn's esteem and affection, it would be most desirable that she should prefer him to all others.
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This is a duty we owe to her,-nay, even to the late Lord Vargrave, anxious as he was for the marriage.
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But some memory or association touched Lady Vargrave, and she sighed as she gazed.
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Mrs. Leslie was quietly seated at her tambour-frame; Lady Vargrave, leaning her cheek on her hand, seemed absorbed in a volume before her, but her eyes were not on the page; Evelyn was busily employed in turning over the contents of a parcel of books and music which had just been brought from the lodge where the London coach had deposited it.
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Lord Vargrave can tell you more of him than I." "Lord Vargrave thinks of nothing that is not always before the world," said Evelyn.
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Lady Vargrave listened with emotion; and as Evelyn in a voice exquisitely sweet, though not powerful, sang the words, her mother turned away her face, and half unconsciously, a few tears stole silently down her cheek.
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Lady Vargrave, indeed, like most persons of modest pretensions and imperfect cultivation, was rather inclined to overrate the advantages to be derived from book-knowledge; and she was never better pleased than when she saw Evelyn opening the monthly parcel from London, and delightedly poring over volumes which Lady Vargrave innocently believed to be reservoirs of inexhaustible wisdom.
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They walked slowly and silently across the humble garden into the churchyard, and there, by the old yew-tree, they saw Lady Vargrave.
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Aubrey joined Lady Vargrave, and drew her arm in his.
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It was as a gleam of sunshine,-that sweet comforting face; and here, seated by the old woman's side, with the Book of the Poor upon her lap, Evelyn was found by Lady Vargrave.
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So Dame Newman, the moment she saw the pale countenance and graceful shape of Lady Vargrave at the threshold, uttered an exclamation of delight.
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THE curate was gone, and the lessons suspended; otherwise-as like each to each as sunshine or cloud permitted-day followed day in the calm retreat of Brook-Green,-when, one morning, Mrs. Leslie, with a letter in her hand, sought Lady Vargrave, who was busied in tending the flowers of a small conservatory which she had added to the cottage, when, from various motives, and one in especial powerful and mysterious, she exchanged for so sequestered a home the luxurious villa bequeathed to her by her husband.
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To flowers-those charming children of Nature, in which our age can take the same tranquil pleasure as our youth-Lady Vargrave devoted much of her monotonous and unchequered time.
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Lady Vargrave replied with her usual simple kindness; but she was evidently nervous at the visit of a stranger (for she had never yet seen Mrs. Merton), and still more distressed at the thought of losing Mrs. Leslie a week or two sooner than had been anticipated.
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Mrs. Merton was so quiet and good-natured, the wife of a country clergyman with simple tastes; and after all, Mrs. Leslie's visit might last as long, if Lady Vargrave would be contented to extend her hospitality to Mrs. Merton and Caroline.
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What sort of a man is Lord Vargrave?
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Mrs. Merton, who was afraid of the damp, preferred staying within; and she was so quiet, and made herself so much at home, that Lady Vargrave, to use Mrs. Leslie's phrase, was not the least "put out" by her.
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Besides, she talked of Evelyn, and that was a theme very dear to Lady Vargrave, who was both fond and proud of Evelyn.
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Do you not love Lord Vargrave?
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Examples of Vargrave

Example #1
And yet in this village how can she compare him with others; how can she form a choice?
Example #2
The good old lady spoke warmly, and with tears in her eyes; her companion placed her hand in Mrs. Leslie's. "You cannot make me vain," said she, with a sweet and melancholy smile.
Example #3
But if he be what I hear he is considered in the world,-an artful, scheming, almost heartless man, of ambitious and hard pursuits,-I tremble to think how completely the happiness of Evelyn's whole life may be thrown away.
Example #4
I am only anxious, dear girl, to act so as may be best for her own happiness.
Example #5
She ought now to see others,-to know her own mind, and not to be hurried, blindfold and inexperienced, into a step that decides existence.