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It was no wonder that Seth loved Norah. She was by all odds the prettiest girl in the country, and she had such a sympathetic, pretty way about her that every man she met became her willing slave on the spot. But Norah did not love Seth. Young Arthur Maitland, the new squire, had told Norah that she was the only girl he could ever consider for a moment as a possible mistress of Maitland Hall and Norah, to whom the well-bred, clean-cut young man was an utter revelation, fell in readily with his visionary schemes. When Maitland learned that his regiment would be ordered to India in the near future, he married Norah secretly at the little village church, explaining to her that no news of the wedding must come out until he had been able to explain things to his uncle, after the India campaign was finished. Shortly afterwards, Maitland sailed for India, arranging that his letters to Norah should be sent to his groom, and placed in a hollow tree at their old meeting place. In the months that ...

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