Anne Chute is in love with Kyrle Daly. However, she believes that he
And this is my wedding day. There goes the only man I ever loved. When he’s here near by me, I could give him the worst treatment a man could desire, and when he goes away he takes the heart and all of me off with him, and I feel like an unfurnished house. This is pretty feelings for a girl to have, and she in her regimentals. Oh! if he wasn’t married—but he is, and he’d have married me as well—the malignant! Oh! if he had, how I’d have made him swing for it—it would have afforded me the happiest moment of my life.
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