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rooms led to ragging and destruction, would seek sanctuary at the dame's bridge table; where, at least, they were safe. M'dame's friends were rather despised by the athletic section of the house. The rooms of the budding asthetes were destroyed about once a half, and their silk pyjamas, gay cushions, and scented soap dealt with in the right way. Even the dame's protests had little effect.
Miss Fuller was talking to Spencer-Mace and HolmesNorton, as Denis came in. " And I've a little piece," said Spencer-Mace, " that I've composed specially for you ma'am. I wrote it at Endleigh."
" How nice of you," said Miss Fuller; " You must play it on Sunday." She was rather flattered that a piece of music had been dedicated to her from one of the oldest seats in England. " And here's Bailey. How's your dear mother, Bailey ? When is she coming to see us ?"
" Don't know, ma'am. I say, you are looking awfully well. Have you been in Norfolk? " Denis liked the hag ; and so did Mrs. Bailey. Miss Fuller thought Mrs. Bailey the perfect mother, as indeed she would have been had not Denis been her son.
" And I've brought back some gorgeous crepe de Chine, ma'am," said Holmes-Norton. " Crushed raspberry shot with viridian. Can I have an order for Devereux to make it up into pyjamas ? "
" I've brought you a sketch of the marshes, ma'am," said Denis.
" Shall I play my composition now, ma'am?" said Spencer-Mace.
" Hullo, m'dame. Glad to see you again." Taunton shouldered his way through the competition for the dame's ear. The others gave way before him.
" I must congratulate you, Taunton," said Miss Fuller. She disliked Taunton, because he persecuted her friends, and because Mrs. Taunton patronised her openly, when she came down for the day. The chatter ceased and Miss Fuller's smile slowly vanished as the captain of the games stood talking.

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