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The Dweller on the Threshold (Classic Reprint)

Robert Smythe Hichens

Wesley, to be remarkable. Critical persons, mostly men, who sat on the fence between Orthodoxy and A theism, thought highly of Mr. Harding ssermons, and even sometimes came down on his side. A nd, of all signs surely the most promising for a West End clergymans success, smart people flocked to him to be married, and A rum lilies were perpetually being carried in and out of his chancel, which was adorned with Morris windows. He was married to a woman who managed to be admirable without being dull, Lady Sophia, daughter of the late Earl of Mansford, and sister of the present peer, fie was comfortably off. His health as a rule was good, though occasionally he suffered from some obscure form of dyspepsia. And he was still comparatively young, just fortyeight. Nevertheless, as Evelyn Mailing immediately perceived, Mr. Harding was not a happy man. In appearance he was remarkable.
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