|Chapter Title||AFTER THE FIRST REPULSE.|
|Newspaper Title||Liverpool Herald (NSW : 1897 - 1907)|
|Trove Title||Marian Gonisby|
ÁSTBB xas FinsT REPULSE.
A whole week and no sight of Marian,' nor any word from her,. George Wbidden was disconsolate. Sorely his offence was not of so grievous a nature that ho might not be
forgiven P What ought ho to do-put the ' thought of Marian Gonisby out of hiB mind, her imago out of his oyep, tho love of her out
of his bonrt P If such things could bo done, .
at tho behost of reason or common souse or ?
prudence, perhaps Gooroo would have done
so-at least havo triod to do so.
But bis regard for Marian was something more than a moro fanoy, it had takon pos- session of him, and-a rosult of what had happened-Goorgo was vory misorablo.
In ono membor of his family, at loast, he had not only a Rynipathisor, but ono who knew how mattorn stood ; know that her
brothor loved Marian, and hart mot with his ' " fust repulso. Lilian wa* as fond of her brother and aa proud of him aa any sister
should or oould bo.
(To be eontinned.)