Her cry steadied him, though it deepened his wrath and pity.
He no longer believed what Zeena had told him of the supposed seriousness of her state: he saw in her expedition to Bettsbridge only a plot hatched between herself and her Pierce relations to foist on him the cost of a servant; and for the moment wrath predominated.
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She could hardly contain her wrath when she learned he had betrayed her.