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CHAPTER XV

Denis and Robin looked over the shoulders o Etonians, who had books.

The golden sunset brightens in the west.
Soon, soon to faithful warriors comes their rest.

Denis looked across the line of the hill, and as he looked it grew black against the glow of the sun. The chaplain gave them the blessing and the orange faded to yellow and green and a cold wind stirred the flags on the top of the marquee. In silence the crowd flowed down the hill to their tents. Denis and Robin said nothing.
" Coming to-morrow night? " said Robin, when they reached their lines.
" I'm not sure. I might."
" Hepworth always makes me feel better. He gets down to it somehow."
" Yes, but it's all very well up there on the hill with the sunset and the crowd. I was trying to remember what he was saying when we arrived."
" Come early to-morrow and you won't be sorry. Good night."
" Good night, Robin."
There was a buzz of conversation inside the tent.
" There you are Bailey," said Taunton, " you've been allotted the first guard to-night."
" What guard ? "
" Magnafields are going to raid our lines, at least, that's the rumour ; and we are not going to let them get away with it."
" Bloody swine," said Featherstone. He was beginning to remember the scene on the Tidworth road.
" Bailey," said Taunton. " You can keep watch for the first quarter of an hour after lights out and wake us up if you hear anything. Lawrence will relieve you. See ?"
" Yes. Do the rest know ?"
" Of course. We're going to give them hell if they come.

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