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IN THE ROAR OF THE SEA.

She stood on the summit of the bank, the tamarisks rising to her knees, waving in the wind about her. Must she resign herself to that man of whom she knew so little, whom she feared so greatly? There was no help for it. She must. He held out his arms. She sprang, and he caught her.

"I have you now," he said, with a laugh of triumph. "You have come to me, and I will never give you up."