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CHAPTER XII

could not shout for the footman, even if he dared, as he did not know his name. He shut the door again and waited. In the corner of the hall were their two suit-cases. The car had been ordered for twelve to take them to Paddington, and they had to be back at Eton for midday dinner.
Denis had decided to make some sort of noise through the green baize door, when Peter came out of the drawingroom with his mother. Lord Periton followed. The green baize door itself was opened and the hall was suddenly full of people. While Peter was saying good-bye to his mother, Denis slipped the ten shilling note into the butler's hands. " Thank you, sir," said Dunston. The footman was outside with the luggage and Lady Periton held out her hand.
" Thank you tremendously for my visit," said Denis, thinking of the footman.
" We were very glad to have you," said Lady Periton, " I hope you will come and see us again."
" You must come up to Scotland, eh ?" said Lord Periton. He gave Denis's hand a hearty shake and followed the two boys out on to the steps. The footman, with a rug over his arm, stood by the car. Denis's heart failed him. He could not present him with five shillings in full view of Lord Periton and Peter. Somewhere he had missed his chance. Looking straight in front of him, he jumped into the car and searched for something in his coat pocket, till the footman had closed the door. He looked up to wave his hand to Lord Periton as they drove away.
Peter leaned back in his corner. "Back to the mill again," he said.
" I don't mind so much after such a ripping Lord's. I can't thank you enough for the time I've had."
Peter laughed. " You had a great success with mother. She said what charming manners you had."
" Good God !" said Denis. " I say, Peter, I've done an awful thing."
" You haven't pinched all the notepaper, as SpencerMace did, when he stayed in Scotland ? Even father drew

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