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CHAPTER SIX

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THE Baxters were giving a party at Seven Streams. No, that is to make much too much of it. At Mallows it would undoubtedly have been a party. There would have been talk, preparations, more talk, decisions made, decisions revoked; more talk, and a sudden dash into Burdon by Hildersham, with additional instructions shouted to him as he turned out of the gate; a lastminute wonder whether a new net could be got from London in time, a last-minute attempt to mend some of the gaps in the old net. But at Seven Streams one didn't behave like this. One just asked a few friends up to tennis, and hoped that Sylvia would manage to bring that delightful husband of hers.
Seven Streams was so called that the postman might know where to deliver the letters. It stood on a small hill, and Betty had persuaded herself, and apparently some of her friends, that seven underground streams flowed from the depths of the hill into seven different counties. Wasn't it odd, dear -she had not known about these streams when Bertie had bought the site and started to build. Seven Streams was just her idea of rather an amusing name for a house, so rural. And then when she began to make inquiries, it really seemed that the place was quite historicall The Romans, you know; all that time. And these underground streams having been there for centurie.rl Really much older than Westaways.. . .
However, the house was newer. It was half-tiled, the tiles being of that penetrating and indestructible red for which builders have been looking for so long. It had

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