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that was untrue. But it served to give them a bit of a thrill. To begin with, they were not sure if they were trespassing ; but 'stolen fruits are sweetest' even to an undergraduate who ought to know better. They found no difficulty in locating the door into the wallsurrounded garden ; though when they tried it, they found it securely locked.
" You didn't expect to find it open, did you?" asked Ajax, when Bunny looked surprised.
" Perhaps not," was the answer. "Here! lend a back and I'll shin over and open it."
" Don't forget that you are on `enclosed premises'," said the budding barrister who was called Ajax.
" I'm not going to stop now," was the only reply he received.
Soon the door was open, and they stood side by side in the deserted garden. Little did they know of the joyful meeting that had taken place there only yesterday ; or of the tragedy which immediately followed it. They were quite uneasy enough as it was ; and Ajax looked up at the tiny windows of the Mill with undisguised discomfort.
" I say Bunny," he said gazing at them, "it looks a nasty sort of place, doesn't it? "
All thoughts of raspberries seemed to be forgotten now.
" Let's explore," said the more adventuresome Bunny.
" Half a mo!" cried Ajax. "You don't mean to say that you want to break in? "
" Why not? " asked the rash one. " It'll be great sport ! "
" Oh! all right," said Ajax in a resigned tone. "Where do you propose to start?" "What about one of these downstairs windows?"

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