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CHAPTER XVI

followed later on bicycles. When they reached the aisle they saw that the family pew was occupied. Summer trippers at Speenmouth had no respect for the card in the corner of the pew, on which was graven " H. C. Bailey, Anglersmead, Speenmouth." And the churchwarden, who had caught Denis poaching in his fields last holidays, made a point of showing visitors into the Bailey pew.
" It doesn't matter, Hubert," whispered Mrs. Bailey. " We can sit somewhere else to-day." Joan and the two boys stood about in the aisle. Two spinsters passed them, advanced a little way towards the altar, bobbed quickly and entered their pew.
" Excuse me, sir," said Mr. Bailey, touching a florid gentleman on the shoulder. " But this pew is private. I am sorry to trouble you, sir, but ..."
" The churchwarden showed me in here," said the gentleman. His family looked steadfastly before them.
" I am very sorry, sir," said Mr. Bailey. He laid a hand on the back of his pew.
" So am I, sir," said the gentleman.
" Come along, Hubert," whispered Mrs. Bailey.
" But I am afraid this is my pew," said Mr. Bailey.
" There is a card in the corner."
The tripper family had knelt down quickly and were lost in prayer.
" Really, Sir. .." said Mr. Bailey.
" Shsh," said the gentleman noisily, pointing to his kneeling family. Mr. Bailey shrugged his shoulders and followed his wife into the pew behind.
" Some people are born bounders," said Denis aloud. " Denis," whispered his mother.
" What a funny neck that man's got. Its like the bull of Basan."
" His head is screwed on back to front, I think," said Peter. The neck became very red.
" Wait till the first hymn starts," said Denis. Peter nodded. The congregation stood up and the vicar gave out the number.

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