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broad-brimmed hat of black velour helped to hide the clean-shaven face which he always kept turned in profile. After a while, this fact began to irritate Royston, and he eagerly sought to see the full face of this stranger who proved so good a conversationalist, but so remote a companion.
" Has monsieur dined?" asked the other shortly.
" Not yet," replied Royston.
" Would he do me the favour of joining me? " came the rather unexpected invitation. "You see, I am very lonely to-night ; and I do so delight in keeping my `English' in practice. It would be a great favour."
Royston was rather taken back, not only at the request but at the intensity of his tone. It was almost as though he commanded and expected no refusal, but at the same time, realised that such a course was impossible. However, he never thought of any danger when he accepted the strange offer.
" Bien !" came the satisfied answer to his cheerful acceptance. "We will take a fiacre."
The man he was to dine with, had all at once become alive with suppressed excitement. At a sign from him a one horse open carriage clattered up to their side and they stepped in.
Somewhat to Royston's surprise the stranger gave no instructions to the driver, and he reminded him that they had not told him where they wanted to go.
" Ah, monsieur," laughed the other, laying his hand on Royston's arm. " I have a surprise for you. He knows where to go, for he meets me here every night at this time. You shall wait with all the pleasure of anticipation."
He kept up a lively run of conversation all the time as they went along ; but, though Royston tried hard, he never saw his face properly. He began to worry

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