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CHAPTER V

Ockley, Harbord, and Spencer-Mace, and they get game, butter, and lots of things sent from home. A dozen would do, though there are four of us. Yesterday I went on the river with Ockley and Harbord as there was no game, and was nearly run down by a house four. The headmaster preached in chapel this morning on ' He that putteth his hand to the plough and looks back.' No time for more now, as the dinner gong has just gone.
" Your loving son,
" DENIS."

Denis read through his letter and tore it off the block. It was of white slippery paper with the Eton arms engraved in pale blue on the top. He took up his pen again and wrote:

" DEAR MAUREEN' -I said I would write to you and I have kept my promise. It's an awful bore being back again, and I wish I was at Speenmouth in the good old Cormorant. Have you done any more sailing ? I'm up to that swine Daddy Long Legs again, but if he tries pinching me this half, I'm going to boot his [Denis paused for a literary word] shins for him. Mother tells me you are coming to stay near Windsor. You might have let me know. You must come over to Eton and have tea in our room. I mess with Ockley, Harbord, and rather an ass called Spencer-Mace. Tell me when you are coming and we'll have a good tea for you. Robin is in the library, so I shan't see much of him now. I like him just as much, if not better. I hear you gave mother some bluebells the other day. Whatever for ? Well, you can't say I haven't written to you now, anyway. Ockley and I and Harbord are going to have a colossal rag up the river soon. Its a secret ; don't tell mother, for heavens sake.
" Yours ever,
" DENIS."
" By the way, Ockley's father is the Earl of Periton, in case you want to know."

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