Among the fashionable guests and fortune hunters at Lady Jane Manners' brilliant house party, were Dick Bruce and his affianced wife, Dorothy Cameron. The hearts of all the men began to beat faster when Lady Manners announced that Countess Morowsky had accepted her invitation and would arrive that evening. In the afternoon the men, returning home with some game they had shot, ran into a Gypsy camp, and in the course of the fortune-telling Dick Bruce was admonished to "beware or a lady in black." That evening be was introduced to a lady in black, who proved to be Countess Morowsky. He fell in love with the countess and ignored his sweetheart to such an extent that she went to the countess' boudoir and begged her to return with her retinue of servants to London. This the countess agreed to do, and the next morning she left. Dick, having heard of Dorothy's interference, upbraided her, and he too journeyed to London. Sir George became Jealous of Dick's fascination for the countess and ... Written by
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