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It seems a strange irony upon the force of right living, that this man, who had never been arrested before, who had never even been suspected of wrong-doing, should ﬁnd so few who even at the ﬁrst telling doubted the story of his guilt. Many people began to remember things that had looked particularly suspicious in his dealings. ” The ﬁrst act of his lodge, “The Tribe of Benjamin,” whose treasurer he was, was to have his accounts au dited, when they should have been visiting him with comfort, and they seemed personally grieved when his 28 Paul Laurence Dunbar books were found to be straight.
Oakley asleep when he reached the room, but he awakened her to tell her the story. She was horror-struck. It was hard to have to believe this awful thing of an old servant, but she agreed with him that Hamilton must be made an example of when the time came. Before that, however, he must not know that he was suspected. They fell asleep, he with thoughts of anger and revenge, and she grieved and disappointed. CHAPTER 4 From a Clear Sky The inmates of the Oakley house had not been long in their beds before Hamilton was out of his and rousing his own little household.
She could never tell. She could not understand this man, who had been so much to her for so long, and yet did not seem to know it; who was full of romance and ﬁre and passion, and yet looked at her beauty with the 10 Paul Laurence Dunbar eyes of a mere comrade. She sighed as she rose with the rest of the women to leave the table. The men lingered over their cigars. The wine was old and the stories new. What more could they ask? There was a strong glow in Francis Oakley’s face, and his laugh was frequent and ringing.
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