was to take; lamentably imprudent: and I think you must, yourself, know that it was so. I could never have believed it of Margaret St. Clare."
"Do not blame Daisy, Edina. I persuaded her to take it. Mrs. St. Clare has been talking of marching her off abroad; and we wanted, you see, to secure ourselves against separation."
"And what are you going to do, Frank?"
"Oh, nothing," said easy Frank. "Daisy's gone back to The Mount, and I am here as usual. As soon as I can make a home for her, I shall take her away."
"Make a home where?"
"In some place where there's a likelihood of a good practice. London, I dare say."
"But how are you to live? A good practice does not spring up in a night, like a mushroom."
"That's arranged," replied Frank, as perfectly confident himself that it was arranged as that Edina was