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as though he wished to remain unseen-he had put the chestnut tree between himself and the elderly gentleman who walked by the river side, watching over his young charge.
A look of intense hatred had gleamed in his coalblack eyes as they followed the young man wielding the punt-pole. It transformed his aristocratic features and made them appear saturnine and devilish. Finally, as the punt disappeared round the corner towards the lock, he settled himself down to wait. It was quite clear that he was familiar with his surroundings, and knew that it would be only a short time before the punt and its occupant returned and passed by where he stood patiently absorbed in his thoughts. Once, as the boys were talking, the word 'Mays' caught his ear, and there seemed to come a new look into his brooding eyes. A look almost of hope, which transfigured their whole expression of lurking evil into one of earnest longing. It is a pity that no one was ever to know that this man of such iron will and nerve had softer moments such as these-moments which were getting more and more rare in their frequency! But very soon a cloud seemed to settle over his features again. It was as though the happy recollection of the past was blotted out by the deeds of the present ... as if something haunted him ... something he was ashamed of. He looked an outcast, all at once. A raging battle was seething within him .., the whole of his better nature was struggling to overcome the evil in him. ... There was still time to withdraw ! But no ! His better self succumbed ; and, with its final failure, he seemed to make up his mind. Squaring his shoulders as though shaking off his weaker self, he walked round the tree to where Bunny and Ajax still lay meditating. They

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