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LORD D'HARLECOURT'S MISSION

dignity of the clean-shaven face of aristocratic cut, which bore its own witness of strength. His lordship was a very charming man with a kindly disposition, and a distinctly boyish way of appreciating things. He was more of a pal to Bunny than a father.
No wonder Bunny gave a cry of joy when he caught sight of the car. Soon he was helping his father out of the great Rolls as it palpitated gently outside Trinity with a sense of satisfied accomplishment.
Bunny did not ask why his father had come all the way from Town to Cambridge ; though, it might have struck him as a little strange if he had bothered about it. It simply did not occur to him at the time-especially as the Earl was in good fettle.
" Bunny, my boy," he said when they had settled down, and he had a glass of sherry by his side, "this dear old place makes my heart ache. There is something in my `make-up' which always responds to the atmosphere. I think Cambridge must have got into my blood when I was a young man here ; and I cannot get it out. Not that I would! It always takes twenty years off my life to come and sit in these old familiar rooms. What times I used to have in them! By Jove, they were days! " He ended quite abruptly, realising, perhaps, that he was on the point of giving something away.
But he did not deceive his son.
" Yes! Bad, bold days, too, sir," Bunny laughed. "I've heard one or two things about you, since I came here. "
" What's that? " the other demanded ; but there was a twinkle in his eyes.
" Well! It's well known how you turned the hose on the Dean when the buttery caught fire one day. And no one would believe it was an accident."

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