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LORD D'HARLECOURT'S MISSION

"Tut tut!" said the Earl. "What nonsense ! I never did any such thing. Besides, it was your friend Ajax's father who bet me five bob I wouldn't do it!"
Then he smiled shamefacedly as he realised that he had given the show away.
" I say," he went on uncomfortably, seeking to change the trend of the conversation. " I haven't told you yet why I am here."
" No!" laughed Bunny. "I was wondering when that was coming. I'm always so suspicious of you old diplomats. You generally hedge about a bit before coming to the point."
" Well ! Of all the-" Lord d'Harlecourt stopped and looked at his son. Then he laughed. " Well, as a matter of fact," he said slowly, " I have two reasons. Yesterday, I received rather a strange letter from Lord Dalkinburgh-our Ambassador in Paris you know."
" Of course, I know old Dalkie," said Bunny smiling at his father's important manner-he knew now there was something in the air.
" He has written telling me about a man who lives somewhere near here. He thinks we ought to call on him. I cannot quite make out 'why'; because the wily old devil doesn't say. But he always has a reason for everything he does, so I suppose we had better do as he asks."
" Father!" remonstrated Bunny in mock horror. "What a way to speak of the British Ambassador! But who is this man we have to be so nice to."
" Someone called Bernaldi. He lives at a house called the Priory. Do you know him? "
" Not by name," answered Bunny.
" He seems particularly fond of young people; so perhaps you will get some `civilising' influence to

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