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"Mrs Lance," he said suddenly, "tell me-d you-love him?"
" I do!" replied Mrs Lance, in a voice which for the moment relegated her patchouli and dyed eyebrows to nothingness.
" And does he-love you?"
" He does-thank God!"
" You are both all right, then," said Hughie, nodding a wise head. "Nothing matters muchexcept that!"
" That's true," said Mrs Gaymer. " Butwonder how you knew!" she added curiously. "Good-bye!" said Hughie.

IV
As Hughie stood in the darkening street a church clock began to chime. He looked at his watch.
It was six o'clock, and he had promised faithfully to be at Joey's entertainment at eight ! He had good reason for his absence, it is true, but a reason is not always accepted as an excuse.
" I've fairly torn it, this time!" he reflected morosely.
He was right.
Early next morning he arrived at the village station by the newspaper train, and made his Ivaya on foot to Manors. A sleepy housemaid

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was sweeping out the hall, which was strewn with confetta - some cotillon figures had been included in last night's festivities-and as Hughie rnade his way to his dressing-room, intent upon a bath and shave before breakfast, he reflected not without satisfaction that, despite Joey's prospective fulminations, he had escaped something by missing his train.
On his dressing-table he found a note, addressed to him in Joan's handwriting. It said

DEAR HUGHIE,-To-night at the dance Mr Haliburton asked me to marry him. Being a dutiful ward above all things, I have referred him to you. He is coming to see you to-morrow afternoon-that is, if you are back. I hope you had agood time in town.

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