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CHAPTER SIX

well played!"Very sorry,' said Mrs. Arkwright. (Game.)
`What d'you say your book was called?' said the Colonel, evidently hoping that this would give a clue to the title of Txanter's book.
'Bindweed,' grunted Reginald, feeling suddenly ashamed of it.
`What?'
`Bindweed!' (What the devil does it matter, he thought angrily.)
`Ahl . . . No, that wasn't it.'
Five-all. Mr. Cobb has been doing wonderful East bourne things at the net.
`Bindweed,' said Colonel Rudge, pulling at his moustache. `That's that stuff that climbs up things, what? Gets all over the garden.'
`Yes.'
`Thought so.'
Mr. Palliser had found a service at last.... Oh, well played, darling.... The wretched Palliser will dream about you to-night, and, realizing that he may never see you again, blow his brains out in the morning.
Think of all the men in the world not married to Sylvia. Poor devils.
`Sort of gardening book, what?' said Colonel Rudge.
`What? ... Oh ... No.'
`It is the stuff I mean, isn't it?'
`What is?'
`The what-d'you-call-it.'
`Is what?'
`What I said. Climbs up things. Gets all over the garden?'
`Oh yes, yes. Always !'
'What d'you say it was called? This stuff?'
`Bindweed.'

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