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CHAPTER TWELVE

The distinguished-looking man, who might have been an ex-Cabinet Minister or still in the Cabinet? (Reginald was vague about that body) who was talking to the absent girl in green. Six-foot-three, white hair, white curled moustache - Bismarck with a touch of Bancroft.
`If the King had sent for me, I should have said, "Very well, sir. Since you put it like that, of course I have no option. But with all respect, sir, I must make it quite clear that, if I am to form a Government -" '
An ex-Prime Minister apparently. But which one? Reginald wished he could have heard more, but Fair Hair was being vivacious again.
Ah, there was Ormsby, and there had he been, no doubt, when they came in. At the far end of the room, next to that extremely pretty actress whom Sylvia and he had been watching that evening. Was she the latest? So he had heard, but, listening to her across the footlights, had found it hard to believe that sentiments so moral could have been expressed with such morbid enthusiasm by one for whom they must have so little meaning. What a cad the man was to bring her here. What an interesting, likeable cad.
Fair Hair talking to the man on her right. Her property. Heavy-shouldered, young, red face, short clipped moustache. Obviously she had brought him with her. He interrupted his eating to say, `Sorry,' when she spoke to him, and `Quite,' when she had finished. So much was demanded by good manners, since she had brought him.
How was Sylvia getting on? Every one at her table looking at her. How natural. Every one listening to her, and apparently laughing. How odd.
Then he was at another table, having fruit salad againi The room was filled up. He had stood for a moment

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