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CHAPTER VIII

them sat Lord and Lady Periton and Ockley, already busy with some salmon mayonnaise.
" Lady Periton," said Wren, " Mr. and Mrs. Bailey and Joan ; Lord Periton." Wren beamed round on his guests. The sleeve of his tail coat was smeared with cream. He hustled off with a worried smile on his face.
" A fine match, sir," said Mr. Bailey across the table.
" I believe we met as children at Norah Fleming's, didn't we ? " said Mrs. Bailey.
" Yes, a fine match," said Lord Periton.
Denis listened uneasily to both conversations, while Joan looked up and down the table. Ockley had taken some chicken in aspic and a dozen new potatoes. The dame, as usual, had risen to the occasion, and if only his parents would stick to their seats, there was no end to the possibilities of the menu.
" Very likely," said Lady Periton. " Do you ever see the Flemings nowadays ? "
" I haven't seen Norah for nearly fifteen years."
" Really ?" said Lady Periton. Denis helped himself to dressed crab. He had a nasty feeling that his mother was going to be caught out. She had never told him before of Lady Periton or the Flemings. Joan was staring at Ockley's trencher work. " I say, Ockley, this is my sister ; Joan, Lord Ockley."
" How do you do? " said Ockley. " Have some ham mousse. It's a very odd colour."
" Thanks. I'd love to."
" My father is having a great success with yours, Miss Bailey. He knows less about cricket than I do, having been blind as a bat when he was here."
" Father's never played in his life," said Joan, and they laughed.
" But if the school can stay in till four o'clock," said Mr. Bailey.
" Exactly," said Lord Periton.
" And it's so nice for Peter having such a charming dame as Miss Fuller to look after him," Lady Periton was saying.

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