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JIMMY MARRABLE

the express purpose-frustrated at the very last moment-of pouring it over the sweets ; yea, even when she suddenly plucked a hairpin from her head with which to spear a wasp in the Grassy Corner Pudding, the ladies agreed that she was °` an old pet." When Mrs Ames went so far as to follow her into the gyp-room after lunch and thank her for her trouble in waiting upon them, Mrs Gunn, divided between extreme gratification and a desire to lose no time, unlimbered her batteries at once ; and Hughie's tingling ears, as he handed round the coffee, overheard the portentous and mysterious fragment-" Well, mum, I put 'im straight to bed, and laid a hot flannel on his-" just as the door of the gyp-room swung to with a merciful bang.
It was now after two, and Hughie, in response to a generally expressed desire, laid before his guests a detailed programme for the afternoon. He proposed, first of all, to show them round the College. After that the party would proceed to Ditton Paddock in charge of Mr Richard Lunnwho, it will be remembered, had been selected by Hughie as cavalier on account of his exceptional qualifications for the post - in company with a substantial tea-basket, the contents of which he hoped would keep them fortified in body and spirit until the races began with the Second Division, about five-thirty. ,
" How are you going to get us down to Ditton IIughie?" inquired his uncle.

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