The graft in New York had taken, and Addie was a vivid, an
unmistakable flower. At Flickerbridge, or wherever, on the other
hand, strange to say, the parent stem had had a fortune
comparatively meagre. Fortune, it was true, in the vulgarest sense,
had attended neither party. Addie's immediate belongings were as
poor as they were numerous, and he gathered that Miss Wenham's
pretensions to wealth were not so marked as to expose the claim of
kinship to the imputation of motive.
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