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CHAPTER TWELVE

unroused by mention of his name, now faintly shown. How did he like it? Naturally he liked it enormously. Miss Fairfax charmingly and modestly calls attention to the marvellousness of the leading man - with whom she is not on speaking terms. Reginald agrees that he is marvellous. Miss Fairfax, hiding some slight annoyance, tries again. Isn't Dolly Perkins divine? Reginald ecstatically agrees that Dolly Perkins whose scene Miss Fairfax tries nightly to ruin, is indeed divine. Miss Fairfax lets cold eyes wander off him and round the room, and then returns them to Lord Ormsby. So that's the famous Miss Fairfax. Fancy choosing it when you're a millionaire...
Supper then becomes a sort of musical chairs. At some time in the game Reginald is back at his old table. Only two people there now: the ex-Prime Minister and his hostess.
`All right, dear?' she is asking anxiously.
`Quite all right, thank you, Maggie.'
`Ah, here is Mr. - You did meet my father, didn't you?'
`Wellard,' he explains.
`Mr. Wellard, of course. We've had your lovely wife at our table. Father dear, this is Mr. Wellard.' Her face lights up at a sudden achievement of memory. `You wrote that bookl Father, he wrote that book.' Then to somebody else, `Oh, must you really go?'
`My name', says the Elder Statesman with dignity, `is Fondeveril. One so rarely hears a name.!
'Ah!' says Reginald, wishing that he had taken more interest in politics. (Gladstone's last Government?)
`They used to have a silly rhyme about me,' said the Elder Statesman with a reminiscent chuckle. `I dare say you've heard it. How did it go? "Always the same,

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