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A CASUAL AFFAIR

directions and they were signed with the initial J. There were forty or fifty of them. I couldn't read them all there, but a rapid glance showed me that they were a man's love letters to a woman. I sent for the Chinese woman to ask her the name of the dead man. Either she didn't know or wouldn't tell me. I gave orders that he should be buried and got back into the launch to go home. I told Bee."
He gave her his sweet little smile.
" I had to be rather firm with Arthur," she said. "At first he wouldn't let me read the letters, but of course I wasn't going to put up with any nonsense like that."
" It was none of our business."
" You had to find out the name if you could."
" And where exactly did you come in?"
" Oh, don't be so silly," she laughed. "I should have gone mad if you hadn't let me read them."
" And did you find out his name?" I asked.
" No."
" Was there no address?"
" Yes, there was, and a very unexpected one. Most of the letters were written on Foreign Office paper."
" That was funny."
" I didn't quite know what to do. I had half a mind to write s:o the Viscountess Kastellan and explain the circumstances, but I didn't know what trouble I might be starting; the directions were to deliver the parcel to her personally, so I wrapped everything up again and put it in the safe. We were going home on leave in the spring and I thought the best thing was to leave everything over till then. The letters were by way of being rather compromising."
" To put it mildly," giggled Mrs. Low. "The truth is they gave the whole show away."
" I don't think we need go into that," said Low.
A slight altercation ensued; but I think on his part it was more for form's sake, since he must have known that his desire to preserve an official discretion stood small chance

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