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Then they both laughed, or rather chuckled, The curious part about it was that while Hughie laughed "Ha, ha!" deep down, Joey did the same. Tee - heeing and high-pitched feminine shrieking were beyond her compass. She was the Joey of old, with the same gruff voice, though she had got over her difficulty with the r's and l's.
" It seems rummy," observed Miss Gaymer reflectively, " my being put in your charge like the guard of a train. Do you expect me to obey you?"
" Yes," said Hughie. He felt he was missing an opportunity of saying something bright and striking, but "Yes" was the only word he could think of besides "No."
" Oh! " replied Miss Gaymer enigmatically.
" Don't you intend to?" inquired Hughie.
" Well, it depends on what you tell me to do. If it was anything that didn't matter much I might do it, sometimes, just to save your face. But as a rule I shouldn't."
" Oh! " said Hughie, in his turn.
" I may as well tell you at once," continued the lady, "the things that it's no use scolding me about. First of all, I always choose my own friends, and never take recommendations or warnings from anybody. Then you mustn't interfere with my dancing or sailing or riding, because I love them better than anything in the world. Then, you mustn't try to prevent my

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