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Chapter 4 - (VERSO)

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But one day, when she was strong enough to talk a little, she said to Sylvia,

“I suppose Andrew Cameron sent Miss Hayes here, did he?”

“Yes,” said Sylvia rather timidly.

The Old Lady noticed the timidity and smiled, with something of her old humor and spirit spirit in her black eyes.

“Time has been when I’d have packed off unceremoniously any person Andrew Cameron sent here,” she said. “But, Sylvia, I have gone through the Valley of the Shadow of Death, and I have left pride and resentment behind me forever, I hope. I no longer feel as I felt towards Andrew. I can even accept a personal favor from him


From "Old Lady Lloyd."