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CHAPTER VII
INTRODUCTIONS

THEY had hardly finished lunch when Ajax arrived. His casual way of 'drifting-in,' added to the well-stimulated start of surprise he gave on seeing the visitors, caused Bunny to go into fits of laughter-much to his father's astonishment and Veronica's secret fury.
But Lord d'Harlecourt still had the most important part of his visit to acc,omplish ; so he decided to send the three young people down to the river to await him there.
" Get a punt," he told them, "and be down at Magdalen Bridge in about an hour's time. Oh, yes ! and have tea sent down to the river. I'm bringing a friend."
Veronica, who so far had heard nothing of Prince Carl and the reason of her father's visit, pricked up her ears immediately. But before she could ask the inevitable question, Lord d'Harlecourt went on speaking :
" And not a word to anyone about the Prince," he commanded, "except of course to Veronica and Ajax. Get them told, and for goodness' sake don't let a soul hear. Afterwards, don't mention his name again. It may be dangerous. I intend to be known as 'Mr. Valentine' to-day-don't forget that, will you? You never can tell! " he added mysteriously.
He simply hustled them off ; and Veronica's intense interest, which was just ready to burst out, had to be bottled up till they got to the river.

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