She had been crying and made no attempt to subdue her emotions when the American girl came up to her; instead, she bitterly poured out her woe into the ears of the other. She told her of Bray's insult as she termed his unfortunate speculation and she told how it came about. "I am a good girl, Miss Cable," she cried. "I am of a noble family-not of the canaille. You do not believe it of me? No!