Mrs. Little leaned her head upon her hand and thought.
After a moment's reflection, she said to Henry, rather coldly, "If she is not a very good girl, she must be a very clever one."
"She is both," said Henry, warmly.
"Of that I shall be the best judge," said Mrs. Little, very coldly indeed.
Poor Henry felt quite chilled. He said no more; nor did his mother return to the subject till they parted for the night, and then it was only to ask him what church Miss Carden went to--a question that seemed to be rather frivolous, but he said he thought St. Margaret's.
Next Sunday evening, Mrs. Little and he being at tea together, she said to him quietly--"Well, Harry, I have seen her."
"But how did you know her? By her beauty?"
Mrs. Little smiled, and took a roll of paper out of her muff, that lay on the sofa. She unfolded it, and displayed a drawing. It represented Grace Carden in her bonnet, and was a very good likeness.
Max realized that he must lower his head if he would follow.
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