Page:Eliot - Middlemarch, vol. IV, 1872.djvu/257

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BOOK VIII.—SUNSET AND SUNRISE.

do with her superfluous money. He might call her a creditor or by any other name if it did but imply that he granted her request. She enclosed a cheque for a thousand pounds, and determined to take the letter with her the next day when she went to see Rosamond.