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did she care to trouble Yolanda with her own unhappiness-but she found it hard to bear. Then, as she gradually got more used to things, a new consciousness was born in her mind. It was so amazing that she clung to it with the tenacity of fanaticism ! She had remembered something! It was only a small thing in matter of fact, but everything could turn on it.
That day she sent for Royston !
During this trying time, whilst things seemed to be hanging fire, Ajax and Bunny were saying very unkind things about the ways of detectives in general, and of Royston in particular. So when he suddenly left Cambridge without a word, they became almost incoherent!
Term had now ended, and they were staying on for a few weeks to complete a course of lectures they were both taking; but they could not concentrate very much on work.
" So much for Scotland Yard," said Bunny in disgust.
" I say, Bunny," said Ajax, apropos of nothing at all, " I'm damned well fed up. Let's have a day up the river."
" Carried unanimously," cried his companion with enthusiasm. They went off straightway to see the cook and tell him to pack a basket.
This `going off' up the river was a favourite trick of theirs. They loved it. It was so peaceful and quiet, away from everybody; and if ever they had a day to spare they used to take their books and go for the whole day to work in the freshness of the fields by the Granta-as the river was called further up near the mill.

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