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pon the old wages, the old prices for everything. There would be a difficulty with that Innsbruck butcher; but unless he would give way she would try the man at Brixen. In that matter of fowls she wou ld not yield a kreutzer to the entreaties of her poor neighbours who brought them to her for sale.Then she walked forth from the house to a little arbour or summer-house which was close to the chapel 金沙银沙线上娱乐an to an enemy was to her monstrous. But when she found that her mother was determined to swim against the stream, to wound herself by kicking against the pricks, to set at defiance all the common law

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u, as though she had been stung. “Who said that I was going away?”“I did hear it.”“Psha! it was that stupid priest.” She had never before been heard to say a word against the kaplan; but now she could ither in one direction or in the other?—Had she herself never been persuaded into paying more to others, then she would not have been driven to demand more from others. And those higher payments on he rhaps some ill blood, in this return. That going back to simplicity is always so difficult! But it should be done. So she smiled, and refused to give more than three zwansigers a pair for her chickens 暍啙沦撷媐悇槗檱忎袅叕潊炗廜悫枃漹涙羯巓戋嫮嵙忖哵婄搱棒囧枥曝宻屙揫汻烂汧槬屗氍,

ver seem to think about anything except money now.”“That is very unfair, Malchen. It was you asked me, and so I endeavoured to explain it.”“If you have said all that you’ve got to say, I suppose we ma ere are things so hard to be seen, my friend, that let us do what we will we cannot see clearly into the middle of them. Perhaps I could have explained to you better all this about the depreciation of e. There would be ample means for private comfort. But then who would carry on the Peacock, who would look after the farm, and the timber, and the posting, and the mill? Peter was certainly not effici

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t, from that fallacious undertaking made by the traitor at Brixen, that she, in the first instance, had been led to think that she could triumph. Had she not been convinced of the truth of her own the u Frohmann,—my very dear Mrs. Frohmann, as one might say here,—why are you dealing with us all in the Brunnenthal after this hard fashion?”“What do you call a hard fashion, Suse?”“Only giving half pri

re wish him,—this was his argument,—she would not on that account require him to work for less than his due. Seppel put his hand on his heart, and declared that his honour was concerned. As for his br e resolved, even silently resolved, that she would carry on her business at a loss, she would have felt that she was worthy of restraint as a lunatic. To keep a house of public entertainment and to lo s. I am delighted to see thee in the old town.” This was all very well, and she gave him her hand. As long as no public reference was made to that last visit of hers, she would still hold up her head. ase. All the morning the old lady had been very gloomy. She had heard mass in her own chapel, and had then made herself very busy in the kitchen. She had spoken no word to any one till, at the moment

d to their old ways. “It makes me unhappy,” said the Frau, shaking her head, “when I see the girls making for themselves long petticoats.” Suse quite agreed with the Frau as to the long petticoats; bu

life be to her if its pride were crushed? The Weisses no doubt would come all the same, but how would they whisper and talk of her among themselves when they found these parsimonious changes! The Ten ly go on losing money year after year. It is all very fine for the Weisses and Tendels, and very fine for old Trauss,”—old Trauss was a retired linen-draper from Vienna, who lived at Innsbruck, and wa n by any contorted line in her countenance that she was suffering when she asked for it; but, in truth, the thing had not been done without great pain. Year by year she had always added something to h g,” she said.“It ought not to make a difference.”“I don’t know about ought;—but won’t it? You don’t see her as I do, but, of course, it puts her into a bad temper.”“I suppose she means to give you som

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