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servants was. Still, James must certainly be spoke to about it.
" You'll drink a cup of tea with me," she continued, "and then we'll pop up and see Lance, pore boy ! Ring the bell, please."
Hughie did so, and a rather laborious quarter-ofan-hour followed. He ploughed his way through a morass of unlikely topics, while Mrs Lance, who was obviously perturbed at the non-appearance of tea, replied in distrait monosyllables. Hughie was conscious about half-way through the conversation of a faint crash in the lower regions, and wondered dimly whether calamity had overtaken the afternoon meal. If so, he had no doubt as to which of the domestic staff of Number Nineteen was responsible.
At last the door opened, and the inestimable James appeared.
" You done it this time!" he remarked severely, "The 'andle of that tea-pot 'as came right away in me 'and. It must have been that way this long while. You won't get no tea now. Wot's more, that tea - pot will 'ave to come off the invent--"
By this time Mrs Lance Gaymer, with dumb but frenzied signallings, was herding her censorious hireling through the door, and his concluding remarks were lost in the passage outside.
Presently she returned, smiling bravely. Hughie experienced a sudden pang of pity and admiration. Lance's wife was the right sort of girl after all.

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