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And he began also at times to wake at night and think about her.
He thought of her and himself, and no longer in that vein of incidental
adventure in which he had begun. He thought, too, of the fretful invalid
who lay in the next room to his, whose money had created his business
and made his position in the world.
"I've had most of the things I wanted," said Ramage, in the stillness of
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