Excerpt from Violet Mortimer, Vol. 3 of 3: A Novel
And Nelly Woodford wrote often, as she pro mised, cheering letters, yet full of sympathy, to Violet. Since Miss Woodford's marriage her correspondence with Eleanor Gordon had gradually ceased. Her husband had not been much prepossessed by Eleanor at Winder mere, and though she herself still cherished a feeling of friendship for her, all active correspondence between them had ceased. Nelly, though rejoicing that it was so, jok ingly held it up as an example of what she had so often spoken of, namely, that mar riage is a great destroyer of friendship, and she wrote in one of her letters to Violet.
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