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'My dear and honoured lady,' she wrote, 'I am in great distress and anxiety, and Miss Grace is much better and well to do with, and we agree wonderful; and the landlady she is not to be mentioned for meanness and using the oil we pay for, and cooks too bad for any lady to eat, much less a young lady with a high stomach and not strong like Miss Grace, but I don't mind, and I just do things myself and she is well content poor thing, but Miss Margaret's husband has taken a bad turn, and mischief will come and is sure to come if the police will not interfere, and they say they will not because of a law no one understands, and as I have explained this to you, my dear lady, I hope you will forgive me, but I wish you were here, or even Mr. ...'I am sure I do not wish to hear your plan,' said Lady Lyons, irritated by Grace's manner and by her words, 'I came to call upon your sister; will you be so good as to say that sincere sorrow for her made me lay aside my invalid habits and come out.'