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still, had gradually faded away, highly gratified to find the great man not only willing but eager to listen to their meticulous chronicles ; and Hughie and D'Arcy and Leroy, their symposium reduced to companionable limits, had compared notes and "swapped lies," as the Americans say, far into the night.
Hughie's impressions of the day were slightly blurred and confused-at the which let no man wonder. He was accustomed to fresh faces and new environments, but the plunge from yesterday into to-day had been a trifle sudden. Last night he had driven up to the door of Manors a masterless man, a superior vagabond, an irresponsible freelance, with hundreds of acquaintances and never a friend. In twenty-four hours this sense of irresponsible detachment had gone for ever, and the spell of English home-life had sunk deep into his being. He felt for the first time that he was more than a mere unit in the Universe. He had turned from something into somebody. He realised that he had a stake in the country-the county-the little estate of Manors itself ; and a great desire was upon him to settle down and surround himself with everything that is conveyed to an Englishman here and abroad-especially abroad-by the word Home.
Then there were the people with whom he had come in contact that day. They were nearly all old friends, but they were old friends with rev faces. There was Mildred Leroy, for instance.

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