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dark clothes. It fascinated Carl as his eyes lit upon it. There was something horribly familiar about it. Something pregnant with horror beyond all expression, which seemed to hurl itself across the intervening space between himself and that man who kept on coming nearer. At last he could stand it no longer :
" Come," he cried hysterically ; and fled towards the ballroom leaving Veronica to follow alone. During the next ten minutes her brain moved very quickly and she came to a very definite conclusion. ...
When she found her way back after rather a tussle with herself (for she had a genuine desire to help Carl), she saw Ajax standing looking the absolute picture of misery. Her heart leapt out to greet him, and there was no doubt now that the feeling within her was really `love'! It was not very long before Ajax and she were seeking that same river which had been the witness of Prince Carl's strange behaviour-but romance had all its share of their attention and interest this time !
Next day they were all very late in rising-for, following the ball, they had all gone to Godmanchester for breakfast. So it was well after nine o'clock when they retired to snatch a few hours sleep. Carl had not accompanied them to breakfast. After he had left Veronica, he had disappeared. It was only when the somewhat tired trio met at lunch time that Carl came up in conversation. It was strange how he had dropped out of their circle so easily.
" I wonder what he'll say about you two mugs," said Bunny at last.
" What has it to do with him?" demanded Ajax bridling up at once.
" Oh ! Ask her? " challenged Bunny pointing at Veronica. "Didn't she lead him on? Now she goes

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