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He has, if he honourably fulfils this solemn obligation of which I have told you--and he must be honourable, dear Mrs Varden, or he is no son of mine--a fortune within his reach.
Maggie was not conscious of a decision as she turned away from that gloomy averted face, and walked out of the room; it was like an automatic action that fulfils a forgotten intention.
And even if we could go back, and both fulfil our engagements,--if that were possible now,--it would be hateful, horrible, to think of your ever being Philip's wife,--of your ever being the wife of a man you didn't love.
First of all, he directs his readers often to the Old Testament prophecies, so that we can see for ourselves that what has been spoken of, or has just happened, fulfils what had long been foretold.