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ing off her white gloves and sitting down in an arm-chair.
" Naething to speak of," said John.
" I thought," continued Miss Gaymer, surveying Mr Goble's Cimmerian features, " that you had perhaps left your heart there."
" Ma hairt ? What for would I dae a thing like that?" enquired the literal Mr Goble. " A hairt is no a thing a body can dae wi'oot," he explained. "It's no like a rib. Ye jist get the ane, so ye canna afford tae get leavin' it ony place."
Miss Gaymer smilingly abandoned the topic, and in all probability the ghost of Sydney Smith chuckled.
" When are you going to pay us another visit at Manors? " was Joan's next question.
" I'm no sure," said Mr Goble. "Mr Marrable has jist given me notice."
"Oh, John!" said Joan, "what have you been doing? Breaking his china?"
"Drinking his wine?" suggested Miss Harbord, turning from a scornful inspection of Hughie's stock of current literature.
,,I doot I'm no givin' satisfaction," said John.
" But, John, I am sure you are!" said Joan. "Was that the reason he gave?"
" He said he was givin' up keepin° a manservant."
Miss Harbord, who had been craning her neck to see something in the street, turned round sharply.
" Why? Has he been losing money.?"

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