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CHAPTER XXII

the better I shall be pleased." Denis got up. " I think I'll go and unpack my things, if you don't mind, mum."
" All right. I told Annie to take them upstairs."
" But that type never goes," said Mr. Bailey. " They stay till they force every decent man and woman to leave, and then get the newcomers under their thumb."
Mrs. Bailey put Denis's plate on the tea tray. " Yes, Hubert, I agree."
Denis walked down the drive. It was dark under the elm trees and the borders were soft and slippery. But in the centre of the drive freshly strewn gravel gleamed and crunched beneath his boots. He shoved his hands in his pockets and walked round to the hencoops, full of Buff Orpingtons and Rhode Islands, scratching and moving about in their quarters. He kicked the back of a box and threw up the lid. " Shooh." A broody hen got up in pain and dignity and stepped into the coop. A china egg shone in her place. Denis dropped the lid with a bang and went off round to the outhouse. The sliding doors were padlocked. He put his eye to a crack in the planking and lit a match, but could see nothing. Only the smell of fresh varnish came from the Cormorant inside. He kicked the door of the outhouse and walked over to the gardener's cottage.
" Good evening, Master Denis," said Mrs. York, coming to the door.
" Hullo, Mrs. York. How have you and Mr. York been keeping ? "
" Fair to middling, Master Denis. Why, you've grown. I hardly recognised you when you came up the drive this afternoon." Mr. York put on his coat and appeared in the background. " What did I tell you, mother ? We shouldn't be knowing Master Denis soon." Denis laughed. " And I've got a nice job which you'll like, sir," said the gardener.
" What is it ? "
" Hoeing up them weeds under the cherry tree in the back garden. I said to myself only last week, those weeds must go. And then I said to myself, I'd best wait till Master

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