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CHAPTER NINE

`Then I tell you now,' said Reginald, and took her in his arms, and kissed her mouth; and then turned her round, and slipped her hand in his arm, and walked off with her quickly, talking quickly.
`I've just been buying a field, back along the lane just below Redding Farm. Langley was going to put up cottages, horrid little things, like those other ones of his. So I bought the field to stop him. Lena told me about it - I met her. Do you mind? Say you don't mind, Sylvia Wellard. It's rather expensive, six hundred pounds. But, you see, we've got the book, that's all extra. And they'd have seen the washing from the Farm. I keep forgetting about the book, I mean the money side of it, so let's go up to London and spend it, I mean really spend it. You see, when you have in your house the most utterly lovely thing that has ever been invented, you must set it off properly, so do you mind if we spend a lot of money on the most adorable clothes in London?'
It seemed that Sylvia didn't mind.

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