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CHAPTER XVIII

get back till to-morrow. Isn't it priceless ? He stood by the notice board for a moment. " I think I'll go and see the dame," he said. Denis and Peter followed him down the passage and a loud chatter broke out when they had gone. "And when I told her I was going back to Eton tomorrow," said Featherstone, " she roared with laughter and wouldn't believe me. I'm going to see her at long leave."
" You look out," said Warburton. " I know them all at the Thirty-Three and you are a fool if you . . . "
" Well, Peter," said the dame. " I hear you have been staying with Denis. What a splendid haunch of venison your father has sent your tutor."
" I got it myself, ma'am," said Peter. " Ten pointer."
" Well, well, and what about our new captain of the house ? " said Miss Fuller.
" Very well, thanks," said Robin.
Holmes-Norton came into the room with a bundle under his arm. " I got it at a sale to-day, ma'am. It will make some beautiful cushions, if you would care for it."
" It is very kind of you, Holmes-Norton. You shouldn't bring your old dame such extravagant presents. It will do just right for my sofa." The supper bell rang, but they hesitated to follow Miss Fuller down to the dining-room. When the crowd in the dame's room had dispersed, they wandered down. A dozen chairs at the head of the table were unoccupied. At the bottom of the lower table five small round faces stared at them in wonder. Denis sat down next to Robin. It was lonely and a little awesome up there at the top of the table. Wren had not come in and Miss Fuller at the far end was lost behind the flowers and silver cups. Peter and Oliver laughed loudly together. The new boys gazed at Featherstone, who was telling stories.
After prayers, Robin stood by the library door. " Hurry up, everyone. Now hurry up. Come on, Lawrence, you can't really want a book from pupil room to-night." Denis herded up among the others. Robin's voice reminded him of Freeman's tired drawl. Robin spoke quickly as a rule

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