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CHAPTER XII

... confound, here's another of those river steamers going to stop plumb in the view."
" No, I think it's going through the lock, sir," said Denis.
" -and how you were getting on in the house. I haven't had time to write to him yet. I wanted to talk to you first. A.h, now my sky has run into the top of the castle. That's the worst of this paper ; you've got to slap it on wet. You see, I don't want to tell your father that your work has not been so good this half. You haven't been feeling ill at all ? Anything been worrying you lately ? You can tell me in confidence, of course." Wren quickly put in some blue shadows on the castle, before the paper dried.
" No, sir," said Denis. " I don't think there's anything." He could scarcely tell his tutor that he had merely ragged Shivers Hunter a little more than the rest, and, as a result, was lower in division order.
" Well, well," said Wren. " I shan't say anything to your father about that. Let's see some of your old work in the future."
" Yes, Sir." Denis put down his pencil and got out his paint-box.
" Now about cricket." Wren himself was an ardent wet bob. " I don't know much about these things. By the way, I had a day's sailing at Bourne End yesterday. Fine little boats they have at the club."
" I wish I'd been there," said Denis.
" We must go one day. Now would you like me to speak to Taunton about it ? Ask him to see if he can't get you into a better game? Your father seemed to think you weren't getting a fair chance."
" Oh, yes, I am, sir, I've had lots of chances, but I've been no good this half. If you don't mind, sir, I'd much rather you didn't say anything to Taunton."
" Very well," said Wren. He sympathised strongly with boys against the good intentions of their parents. He was only in doubt as to how he should answer Mr. Bailey's letter.
" And now about the house. I must have some clean water first." He emptied the blue-green paint water and

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