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CHAPTER THIRTEEN

other roll of cloth, but he could not see it with legs and arms, and himself inside it. Sylvia, it seemed, could. Possibly a pretty pretence on her part, possibly one of her many strange gifts. Anyhow, they had always gone to Sackville Street together, and made of each visit a happy little memory. So he had suddenly turned back into Piccadilly again, meaning to continue his long walk home, had bumped into somebody, apologized abjectly, and then exclaimed, `Oh, it's you!'
'Yes, it's me,' said Coral Bell. `And too much of me, as usual. Are you -do I- Yes, I do. Now don't tell me.' She put her chin up in the air, and looked at him with half-closed eyes. `Ormsby. You were - I know 1 Reginald Wellard.'
`Right. How wonderful of you.'
`Wonderful? Why, you were the darling who - Shall we withdraw into Sackville Street? We're taking up all the room here, and people are beginning to walk round me. I do hate that so.'
They escaped into the quietness of Sackville Street.
`Now then,' said Coral Bell. `You were the darling who fell in love with me when you were sixteen. That was - are you any good at arithmetic?'
`Pretty fair as it happens. I was in a bank once.'
`A bank! Oh dear l Then if you happened to know how old I was when you fell in love with me, you'd easily be able to work out how old I am now?'
`No,' said Reginald, shaking his head. `Mine was one of those banks where time grew very wild. You couldn't depend on it at all. One might have been eighteen twentyfive years ago, and just about thirty now.'
`And if one had been twenty-two then?'
`Then one could easily be looking twenty-nine in Sackville Street.'

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