Page:Eliot - Middlemarch, vol. IV, 1872.djvu/186

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hear twice over the facts and impressions concerning Lydgate. After a short silence, pausing at the churchyard gate, and addressing Mr Farebrother, she said energetically—

"You don't believe that Mr Lydgate is guilty of anything base? I will not believe it. Let us find out the truth and clear him!"