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INTRODUCES THE HEROINE.

"Then Mrs Gunn. I think I've told her everything." He feverishly ticked off his admonitions on his fingers. " Let me see
" One. Not to put used plates on the floor.
Two. Not to join in the conversation.
" Three. Not to let that wobbly affair in her bonnet dip into the food.
" Four. Not to breathe on things or polish them with her apron, except out of sight.
" Five. Not to attempt on any account to hand round the drink.
" Six. To go away directly after lunch and not trot in and out of the gyp-room munching remains.
" The tea-hamper should be all right. Trust the kitchens for that ! I must remember to stick in a box of chocolates, though. And I don't think I need bother about dinner, as they are going to send in Richards to wait. Anyhow, I shall have the boat off my chest by that time. That will be something, especially if "
Hughie lapsed into silence, and for a moment a vision of love requited gave place in his imagination to the spectacle of the Benedictine crew going Head of the river.
His reflections were interrupted by the arrival of his equipage at that combined masterpiece of imposing architecture and convenient arrangement, Cambridge railway station. The platform was crowded with young men, most of them in "athletic dress," waiting for the London train.

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