1 The lady in black was counting her beads for the third time.
2 That lady was still clad in white, according to her custom of the summer.
3 The lady in black, creeping behind them, looked a trifle paler and more jaded than usual.
4 The lady in black was reading her morning devotions on the porch of a neighboring bathhouse.
5 Farther down, before one of the cottages, a lady in black was walking demurely up and down, telling her beads.
6 At another time her affections were deeply engaged by a young gentleman who visited a lady on a neighboring plantation.
7 Again, another reminded her of children at play, and still another of nothing on earth but a demure lady stroking a cat.
8 He put on his big straw hat, and taking his umbrella from the stand in the hall, followed the lady in black, never overtaking her.
9 The young man was engaged to be married to the young lady, and they sometimes called upon Margaret, driving over of afternoons in a buggy.
10 The lady in black, with her Sunday prayer-book, velvet and gold-clasped, and her Sunday silver beads, was following them at no great distance.
11 There are no words to describe her save the old ones that have served so often to picture the bygone heroine of romance and the fair lady of our dreams.
12 He whispered an anxious inquiry of the lady in black, who did not notice him or reply, but kept her eyes fastened upon the pages of her velvet prayer-book.
13 That lady seemed at a loss to make a selection, but finally settled upon a stick of nougat, wondering if it were not too rich; whether it could possibly hurt her.
14 Never had that lady seemed a more tempting subject than at that moment, seated there like some sensuous Madonna, with the gleam of the fading day enriching her splendid color.
15 She was not surprised at Mademoiselle Reisz's question the morning that lady, following her to the beach, tapped her on the shoulder and asked if she did not greatly miss her young friend.
16 She could speak no English, but when Robert made her understand that the lady who accompanied him was ill and desired to rest, she was all eagerness to make Edna feel at home and to dispose of her comfortably.
17 The lady in black had once received a pair of prayer-beads of curious workmanship from Mexico, with very special indulgence attached to them, but she had never been able to ascertain whether the indulgence extended outside the Mexican border.
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