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INTRODUCTIONS

"Bless my soul," he said aloud. "I'd forgotten all about that business! I wonder what put it into my head just now? "
But Lord d'Harlecourt did not bother his head about such things as the `Association of Ideas'even when a deeper force is at work. He was quite satisfied that the recollection was one that should be thrust back into its horrible obscurity, and not allowed to see the light of day-even in the secrecy of his own mind !
It had been a terrible affair, and he had been intimately connected with the `clearing up' that had to be done afterwards. But he wanted to forget itespecially in view of his renewed interest in Carl and his family.
He lighted one of his interminable cigars and paused for a moment, gazing out of the window. It was a scene that was already deeply engraved on his heartit had not changed a bit since. his own day! There, in the centre of Great Court, was the same old bellshaped fountain, with its perpetual spring of sparkling water ; the same old lawns, criss-crossed by flag-paved walks, were as green as ever ; and the dainty flower boxes at every window, full of the red, white and blue of geraniums, marguerites and lobelia, were just the same as of yore ! Nothing seemed to have changed. What a wonderful heritage it was ! He could not help wondering if the generation to whom it belonged just now, deserved it. Then he recollected that his own father had asked exactly the same about himself and his generation. How could anyone ever treat it lightly? Why, it was an impossibility! With this more comforting thought in his mind he sought his waiting car.
" Have you found out where the place is? " he asked the footman as he arranged the rug about his master's knees.

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