The determined Miss Dione Mallory was no stranger to the disagreeable consequences of being poor. She had in her twenty five years grown accustomed to accepting charity - but she had never learned to like it.
The "Royal George" was a posting-house, and though by no means as large or as well known as the famous inns of the great highways, it was, as its owner, Mr. Henry Hobkin, was fond of asserting, an establishment of the highest order.
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