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CHAPTER SIX

`Oh, my dear, we're all in it. You remember Grace Hildersham, don't you? That large fair woman who came to dinner when you were down in the spring.!
'Is she in it?'
`Is she 1 Mr. Wellard was very naughty about her. But so amusing !'
'I must get it.'
`Oh, you must. Of course, not knowing all the people will spoil it for you a little'
'Oh, but I know you and Bertie and Grace Hildersham and -!'
'Let me think. Anybody else? Oh, yes, the last time
you were down, do you remember coming into Burdon
with me to try and get some liqueur chocolates -' `Yes, yes, of course.'
`And on the way we passed a farm and I said, "That's
Redding Farm, where the Colebys live" -'
`Y-yes, I think I do.'
`And I told you about Lena Coleby, and what people
were saying -'
`I don't think so, darling.'
`No, perhaps it was - well, anyhow, she's in it.'
`I must get it,' said Mrs. Arkwright. She looked curiously at the man across whom they had been talking. `What a gift it must be 1' she said. `How do you do it?'
Books oughtn't to be published, thought Reginald. They ought to be written, and then one copy ought to be beautifully printed - no, two - one for the author and one for the author's wife, if he loved her, and the two copies should be kept in a very secret place, and only discovered there a hundred years after they were dead. And, meanwhile, any woman called Baxter and any woman called Arkwright should be made to walk from the Mansion House to Hyde Park Corner, (stands

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