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Then she looked, at Hughie. It was her first meeting with him since his return home that morning. He had answered her note by another, saying that he would be in the library at five o'clock. There was no twitcb ing about his mouth. It was closed like a steel trap, and he stood with his back to the wood fire which glowed in the grate-it was getting on in September, and cold out of the sun-with absolute stolidity. Joan saw at a glance that, whatever the difficulties of the position, her guardian's line of action was now staked out and his mind made up-one way or the other.
She dropped into an arm-chair.
" Now, you two," she remarked encouragingly, " get to work ! I want to hear what each of you has got to say about my future. It will be quite exciting-like going to a palmist!"
The two men turned and regarded her in unfeigned surprise. They had not expected this. Haliburton began swiftly to calculate whether Joan's presence would be a help to him or not. But Hughie said at once
" You must leave us alone, Joan, please ! I can't possibly allow you to remain."
Joan lay back in her chair and smiled up at him, frankly mutinous. She had never yet-, failed, when she so desired, to "manage" a rnan. Hughie was regarding her stonily ; but two

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