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A CHANGE OF ATMOSPHERE

"Thank you-that's nicely' put. But they really are rather pets, though I say it who shouldn't."
" Rum little beggars," mused the male parent, °` Bite your head off if they see you havin' a sherry and bitters before dinner. Got a sort of religious maniac of a nurse," he explained " Been saved, and all that. Save you for tuppence Marrable ! "
" She's a queer old thing," said Mrs Leroy, " bu such a good nurse that her weaknesses don matter much. The children are never sick o sorry-wait till I tap wood ! your head will do Jack-and simply love her."
" I was pleased to learn from their own lips, remarked D'Arcy, " that they have been enthusi astic teetotalers from birth, and are both arden supporters of Foreign Missions."
" And the baby?" inquired Hughie.
"Too young," replied Leroy ;" but that doesn excuse the poor little sinner from havin' to wear a blue ribbon."
" How does the nurse regard you, Leroy ?" asked D'Arcy.
" Lost sheep-hard case-bad egg generally," re plied that gentleman resignedly. " She's give me up, I'm glad to say ; but she'll be on Hughie' track in no time. Come along."
In the joy of roaming round the familiar plan tations and stables Hughie allowed the existence of Mildred Leroy's offspring to fade from his memory; and it was not until the party gathered

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