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CHAPTER V

pushed his way down the steps. Robin must have gone on.
Ockley joined him in the street. " I can't say I was surprised, were you ? "
" What do you mean ?" said Denis.
" About Manley. I suppose Owen Jones voted against him."
" Good lord, have they had the election ? I never knew. So Robin's in the library." Ockley looked at him. " They had it after breakfast," he said.
" I see," said Denis, " I might have guessed."
When the debate were called into the library at half-past twelve, Robin was seated in an armchair by the further bookcase. He received his congratulations with a smile. " I am glad," said Denis ;" good old Robin."
" I never thought I had a chance, I must confess."
Private business was dull and did not last long. " Coming for a walk? " said Ockley, as they crowded out of the library.
" No ; I've got some letters to write. This afternoon, if you like." Denis went upstairs to his room. He drew up his chair to the table and sat down. He took out a letter from his mother and unfolded it. He had meant to answer it before.
" My dear Denis," it began. " I trust you are well installed again by now. The weather here has been warm and sunny and we had our first asparagus last night. A strange vessel has just entered the river and anchored near Spider Creek." Denis looked up from the letter. The sun reflected from a passing car had caught his eye. The chestnuts across the way were beginning to blossom. A couple of lower boys were throwing a cricket ball against the building opposite and catching it on the rebound. He was really very glad Robin had got into the library. It was splendid. He wasn't a bit jealous, and if Harbord or anyone started running down Robin or setting the lower boys against him, he would damned well give them a piece of his mind. It would be awkward, of course, at times with Robin in the

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