The Dolly Dialogues

The Dolly Dialogues

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The Dolly Dialogues

The Dolly Dialogues

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"THERE'S ingratitude for you!" Miss Dolly Foster exclaimed suddenly.

"Where?" I asked, rousing myself from meditation.

She pointed at a young man who had just passed where we sat. He was dressed very smartly, and was walking with a lady attired in the height of the fashion.

"I made that man," said Dolly, "and now he cuts me dead before the whole of the Row! It's atrocious. Why, but for me, do you suppose he'd be at this moment engaged to three thousand a year and -- and the plainest girl in London?"

"Not that," I pleaded; "think of --"

"Well, very plain, anyhow. I was quite ready to bow to him. I almost did."

"In fact, you did?"

"I didn't. I declare I didn't."

"Oh, well, you didn't, then. It only looked like it. . . ."

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