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kept me at home all those years seemed to b slipping away from me."
" I wasn't!" declared Miss Gaymer stoutly. Then she reflected. "Do you mean-all those silly boys? Was it them ? "
" It was," said Jimmy Marrable. "They not only put my nose out of joint but they bored me to tears."
" You were always worth the whole lot of them put together, dear," said Miss Gay iuer affectionately,
" I knew that," replied Jimmy Marrable modestly. " but I wasn't quite sure if you did. I saw that for the next two or three years you would be healthily and innocently employed in making fools of young men, and so could well afford to do without your old wreck of an uncle. The serious part would not come until you grew up to be of a marriageable age. So I decided in the meanwhile to treat myself to just one last potter round the globe, and then, in a couple of years or so, come home and assume the onerous duties of chucker-out."
" Then why did you stay away so long?" demanded Miss Gaymer.
" Because I heard Hughie had come home," said Jimmy Marrable simply.
Joan started guiltily, and her hand, which was resting in one of the old gentleman's, relaxed its hold for a moment. Jimmy Marrable noticed nothing, and proceeded
" I got news of him from a man in Cape Town. His name was Allerton. He seemed a bit of a

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