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IN WHICH CHARITY SUFFERETH LONG

Hughie also wondered about a hood many other things, notably
(a) Joan.
(b) More Joan ; coupled with dim speculations as to how it was all going to end.
(c) More Joan still ; together with a growing desire to go off again to the ends of the earth and lose himself.
But for the present life followed an uneventful course. Since Lance's display of fireworks at Hughie's luncheon'-party Hughie's friends had studiously avoided the mention of the word money in their late host's presence ; and Master Lance himself, evidently realising that, however excellent his intentions or pure his motives, he had made an unmitigated ass of himself, avoided Hughie's society entirely.
Of Joan Hughie saw little until the beginning of October, when he arrived at Manors to shoot pheasants.
He was greeted, almost with tears of affection, by John Alexander Goble, who had been retained by Jack Leroy as butler when Hughie relinquished his services ; and found the house packed with young men and maidens, the billiard-room strewn with many-hued garments, and the atmosphere charged with" the electricity of some great enterprise in the making.
" Theatricals!" explained Mrs Leroy resignedly, as she handed him his tea. "Tableaux, rather. At least,' it is a sort of variety entertainment,"

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