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and the Reverend Montague D'Arcy-all suffering from that peculiar feeling of languid depression which invariably attacks the male sex about 9.30 P.M. when dancing is in prospect-were hounded into pumps and white gloves and packed into the omnibus, which after a drive of seven miles, during which the gentlemen slept furtively and the tongues of Joan and her girl friends wagged unceasingly, deposited the entire party of twelve on the steps of the Town Hall at Midfield.
Their numbers had been completed by some overnight arrivals. The first two were Mr and Mrs Lance Gaymer. Joan's only brother had taken upon him the responsibility of matrimony at the early age of twenty-two, and the rather appalling young person who preceded him into the drawing-room, and greeted Joan as "Jowey," was the accessory to the fact. Why or where Lance had married her no one knew. He had sprung her one day, half proudly, half defiantly, upon a family circle at Manors which was for the moment too horror-struck to do any thing but gape. Fortunately Uncle Jimmy was not present-he had departed on his voyage by this time-and it was left to Joan to welcome the latest addition to the house of Gaymer. This she did very sensibly and prettily, though she wept unrestrainedly upon'the sympathetic bosom of Mildred Leroy afterwards.
For Lance's sake Mrs Gaymer was accepted

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