There seems no reason why the courtship of a wealthy bachelor like George Finch should not run sweetly to its natural conclusion. But George has fallen in love with Molly Waddington. And Mrs Waddington prefers the idea of an aristocrat to the reality of George, whom she suspects is half-witted.
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