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"Well, I must be moving," said Hughie at last. Buck up, and get fit ! It's good to hear that there's work waiting for you when you get about again. Grand tonic, that ! So long ! parted
He shook Lance's hand, and the two p undemonstratively. Lance made no set speech : he appreciated Hughie's desire that there should be no returning of thanks or contrite expressions of gratitude. All he said was
" Hughie, you are a sportsman!"
Then he settled down on his pillow with a happy sigh. He had paid Hughie the highest compliment it was in his power to bestow-and that costs an Englishman an effort.
So they parted. But Mrs Lance did not let Hughie off so easily. As she accompanied him downstairs to open the door for him, she suddenly seized his hand and kissed it. Tears were running down her cheeks.
Hughie grew red.
" I say, Mrs Lance," he said in clumsy expostulation, "it's all right, you know ! He'll soon be quite well again."
" Let me cry," said Mrs Lance comfortably. " It does me good."
They stood together in the obscurity of the shabby little hall, and Hughie, surveying the flamboyant but homely figure before him, wondered what the future might hold in store for this little household. It all depended, of course, on

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