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The longer Clare resided here the less objection had he to his company, and the more did he like to share quarters with them in common.
His host and his host's household, his men and his maids, as they became intimately known to Clare, began to differentiate themselves as in a chemical process.
Between Clare and the window was the table at which his companions sat, their munching profiles rising sharp against the panes; while to the side was the milk-house door, through which were visible the rectangular leads in rows, full to the brim with the morning's milk.
Clare was sitting in studious solitude over his books and his green tea, with his favorite black cat to keep him company, he heard footsteps in the passage -- the door opened -- and Frank stood before him.
Francis Clare made his appearance the next morning in the grounds at Combe-Raven; and, something doubtful of the reception that might await him, slowly approached the precincts of the house.
Francis Clare had more in him of the shadow of his ancestors than of the substance.
Clare business, except five or six common exercise books filled with the diary of some English soldier.
Clare hated Murray, and murdered him on the field of battle because--"
Clare was soon suffocated by difficulties of bribery and blackmail; and needed more and more cash.
Clare turned round from paying the hackman, there was nobody in view but Mr.
Clare, passing on, with his usual air of negligent drollery, "that's very well got up, Adolph.
Clare came in, embraced his wife in true, orthodox, husbandly fashion, and then presented to her his cousin.