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CHAPTER THREE

`No birds, Marmalade. Remember. No birds allowed,' says Reginald.
`What is the man talking about?' says Marmalade to Sylvia.
Sylvia laughs and says something to Reginald. `Good-bye, Marmalade,' he calls out.
`Good-bye, Mrs. Wellard,' says Marmalade, and leaves them.

III
The weeks went by (nearly time for another hair-cut) and still Mrs. Baxter, Mrs. Hildersham and Mrs. Coleby were hopeful that some day, somehow, they would find themselves in possession of Bindaveed.
Betty Baxter had been, it may be supposed, the most hopeful. She was in London now, save at week-ends, and there are undoubtedly shops in London. Possibly she had tried at the Court florist's, the Court hairdresser's and at that delightful little place off the Brompton Road, unpatronized as yet by Royalty, where almost everything is hand-painted and amusing. Failing to get the book at any of these establishments, she may have lost heart. There were other shops, of course, but one simply couldn't drive all over London until one came to the right one. And then the question may have come into her mind, `Does one buy books?' Had any of her friends ever mentioned in her hearing as a fact of interest, or, in the case of one or two of them of no possible interest whatever, that she had bought a book? `I picked up such a charming old decanter': `I simply had to go in for a bead necklace': these were commonplaces of conversation; but who had ever said, `I bought such a delightful book in that shop in Wigmore Street'? Nobody. And then there was another point. Since this

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