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Kenelm Chillingly, Book 5
E. B. Lytton

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BOOK V. 

CHAPTER I. 

TWO days after the interview recorded in the last chapter of the
previous Book, Travers, chancing to call at Kenelm's lodgings, was
told by his servant that Mr.  Chillingly had left London, alone, and
had given no orders as to forwarding letters.  The servant did not
know where he had gone, or when he would return. 

Travers repeated this news incidentally to Cecilia, and she felt
somewhat hurt that he had not written her a line respecting Tom's
visit.  She, however, guessed that he had gone to see the Somerses,
and would return to town in a day or so.  But weeks passed, the season
drew to its close, and of Kenelm Chillingly she saw or heard nothing:

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