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these he rewarded in such a way that, if the men only acted up to their protestations, the remainder of the passengers would have very good cause to complain.having finished this work of bribery and corruption, he went in search of the ladies, only to be informed by the stewardess that they had left their cabins and had gone on deck.he accordingly made his way up the companionladder, and found them standing beside the smokingroom entrance.i hope you found your cabins comfortable, he said.i have just seen the chief steward, and he has promised that everything possible shall be done to make you enjoy your good you are! said katherine in a low voice, and with a little squeeze of his hand; while madame protested that, if it were possible for anything to reconcile her to the sea, it would be monsieur brownes kindness.then the warning whistle sounded for nonpassengers to leave the ship.madame bernstein took the hint, and, having bade him goodbye, made her way along the deck towards the companionladder, leaving the lovers together.katherines eyes had filled with tears and she had grown visibly that the time had come for parting with the man she loved, she had discovered how much he was to her.katherine, said browne, in a voice that was hoarse with suppressed emotion, do you know now how much i love you? you love me more than i deserve, she said.i shall never be able to repay you for all you have done for me.i want no repayment but your love, he vous nêtes pas un voyageur, msieu, ayez lobligeance de débarquer, said a gruff voice in his ear.seeing that there was nothing left but to say goodbye, browne kissed katherine, and, unable to bear any more, made for the gangway.five minutes later the great ship was under way, and katherine had embarked upon her voyage to the east.chapter xix as soon as the mailboat, which was carrying katherine and madame bernstein to the east, was out of sight, browne turned to his man, who was waiting beside him, and said: now, davis, a cab, and quickly too.we must not miss that train for london whatever it was, they were only just in time.he had scarcely taken his seat before the train began to move out of the station.placing himself in a corner of the carriage, he endeavoured to interest himself in a book; but it was of no use.though his material body was seated in the carriage being whirled away across the green plains of southern france, his actual self was on board the great mailboat, which was cutting its way through the blue waters, carrying katherine mile by mile farther out of his reach.dreary indeed did europe seem to him was a little before twelve oclock when the train left marseilles; it was nearly four next afternoon when he sighted the waters of the channel at calais.much to his astonishment and delight, jimmy foote met him at dover, and travelled back to town with him.during his absence browne had entrusted their arrangements to his care; and in consequence jimmy carried about with him an air of business, which at other times was quite unusual to him.i have been down to southampton, he reported, and have seen mason.he was hard at work getting the stores aboard, and asked me to tell you he will be able to sail without fail early on monday morning.when do you think we had better go down? on sunday, said browne.we may as well get on board as soon as we can.though he spoke in this casual way, he knew that in his heart he was waiting the hour of departure with an impatience, that bordered almost on desperation.he longed to see the yachts head pointed down channel, and to know that at last she was really in pursuit of the other boat, which had been granted such a lengthy start.on reaching london they drove together to brownes was saturday evening, and there were still a hundred and one things to be settled.upon his study table browne discovered upwards of fifty invitations from all sorts and conditions of people.he smiled cynically as he opened them, and, when the last one had been examined, turned to jimmy.thank heaven, i can decline these with a clear conscience, he the time the dates come round we shall be on the high seas, far beyond the reach of dinners, dances, and kettledrums.i wonder how many of these folk, he continued, picking up one from the heap and flicking it across the table to his friend, would have me in their houses again if they knew what i am about to do? every one of them, my boy, the other replied; from the duchess of matlock might help a thousand russian convicts to escape from saghalien, and they will pardon you; but you are doing one other thing for which you must never hope to be forgiven.and what may that be? browne inquired.why, you are marrying miss petrovitch, answered jimmy.if she were a famous beauty, a great heiress, or even the daughter of a peer, all would be well; but you must remember that no one knows her; that, however much you may love her, and however worthy she may be, she is nevertheless not chronicled in the _court marry out of your own circle is a sin seldom forgiven, particularly when a man is a millionaire, and has been the desire of every matchmaking mother for as long as you have.they had better treat my wife as i wish them to, or beware of me, said browne angrily.if they treat her badly theyll find ive got claws.but, my dear fellow, you are running your head against the wall, said jimmy.i never said they _would_ treat her badly.on the contrary, they will treat her wonderfully well; for, remember, she is your wife.they will accept all her invitations for dances in london, will stay with her in the country; they will yacht, hunt, fish, and shoot with you; but the mothers, who, after all is said and done, are the leaders of society, will never forget or forgive you
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