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INTRODUCES THE HEROINE.

The brows of all were seamed with care, partakina in all probability of the domestic and amorous variety which obsessed poor Hughie.
The train as usual dashed into the station with a haughty can't - stop - at - a- hole - like - this ex'_ pression, only to clank across some points and grind itself to an ignominious and asthmatic s*.andstill at a distant point beside the solitary and interminable platform which, together with a ticket-office and a bookstall, prevents Cambridge railway station from being mistaken for a rather out-of-date dock-shed.
Presently Hughie, running rapidly, observed his guests descending from a carriage.
First came a pleasant-faced lady of between thirty and forty, followed by a stout and easygoing husband. Next an oldish gentleman with a white moustache and a choleric blue eye. And finally- pretty, fresh, and disturbing -appeared the fons et origo of the entire expedition, on whose account the disposition and incidents of Hughie's luncheon-party had been so cunningly planned and so laboriously rehearsed-Miss Mildred Freshwater.
The party greeted their host charaoteristically. His uncle, even as he shook hands, let drop a few fervent anticipatory remarks on the subject of lunch ; Mr Ames, who was an old college boat captain, coupled his greeting with an anxious inquiry as to the club's prospects of success that evening ; Mrs Ames' eyes plainly said -"Well,

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