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the Master Gorgio was o
ne he had never seen be
fore, and that she abho
rred the Romany who had
brought Ingolby low. H
e had shut his eyes to
the man's unruliness an
d his daughter's interv
ention to free him; but
now he was without pit
y. He had come from Ing
olby's bedside, and had
been told a thing whic
h shook his rugged natu
re to its centre--a thi
ng sad as death itself,
which he must tell his
daughter. To Fleda's a
ppeal he turned a stony
face. There was none o
f that rage in his word
s which had marked the
scene when Jethro Fawe
The World for Sale, Complete by Parker, Gilbert, 1860-1932