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THE ANCIENT GRUDGE

herself and decisive—a virtue which he applauded and abhorred.

Floyd's meditative, whimsical mood was wiped out in an instant when he turned in at his grandfather's driveway and met, just as it was leaving, a carriage in which sat Kerr, the New York banker.