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without demur. Whatever she was or had beenwhether she had. manipulated a beer-engine or gesticulated in musical comedy-there she Nvas, and had to be assimilated. No questions were asked, but she was religiously invited to Manors at intervals, and Joan and Mrs Leroy, when they went up to town in the season, paid occasional: state calls upon Mrs Lance at her residence in Maida Vale, where they drank tea in compan with the alumnce of the variety stage and th jug-and-bottle department.
Lance himself was understood to be making living out of journalism. He looked considerabl more than twenty-three.
The third arrival was a Mr Guy Haliburton, proposed for admission by Mr Lance Gaymer, seconded by Mrs Lance Gaymer. He was full of deference, and apologised with graceful humility for his presence. He felt himself a horrible intruder, he said, but he had been assured so earnestly by "old Lance" that Mrs Leroy was in want of another dancing man, that he had ventured to accept his vicarious invitatio-it and come to Manors. He was made welcome.
Air Haliburton, on further acquaintance, described himself as an actor, but Hughie, whose judgments of men-as opposed to women-were seldom wrong, put him down unhesitatingly as a gentleman who lived, actor or no, by his wits. He was a striking -looking personage of about thirty. He had curly black hair and dark eyes

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