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left England, and all of which appeared to depend for their livelihood on the exploitation of the lighter lyric drama, Hughie settled himself for a comfortable run along the Thames Valley.
This done, he took two letters from his pocket. One had been opened already. It was an obviously feminine production, and said :
MANORS, Monday.
DEAR HUGHIE, -We are all thrilled to hear that you are home at last. You must come down here at once and be our guesto until you have looked round, and then you can renew all our acquaintances at one go. There are a lot of nice people with us just now, so come ! You will be feeling lonely, poor thing, landing in this country after so many years, and of course you will miss poor Mr Marrable sadly. I suppose you have heard all about his death from the lawyers by this time, or perhaps you saw it in the papers two years ago.
Mr D'Arcy is here ; also Joan, of course. My, husband, too, wants to have the pleasure of entertaining you-that is, if you are prepared not to shoot him on sight ! I don't think, though, that I shall be able to command your regretful affections any more. One look at me will be sufficient for you. Alas, I have two chins and three babies!
However, come down on Saturday, and you can size us all up. I suppose you know that Mr

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