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CHAPTER FIFTEEN

`But I thought,' stammered Sylvia, `I thought all the seats, I thought -'
Ormsby laughed back a little of his self-respect, and explained how it was that to the Ormsbys of this world the ordinary suppositions did not apply.
`Oh, I wish we could, it is nice of you, but -'
`Engaged?'
`Yes. Reginald's got to go to some play -he rang up from the theatre - to see somebody, some actress, I think. He said they wanted him to see her. What a pity! I've never been to a first-night.'
`You haven't missed much.'
`But it must be thrilling, wondering what it's all about, and everybody else wondering, and the dresses and everything.' She looked thrilled as she said it.
`Oh well, people seem to like all that.'
`It wa:r nice of you to think of us. Thank you so much.' She had taken the envelope, and now she gave it back to him. `You must go and ring up some other lucky person. Quickly.'
Ormsby took the tickets, looked at them a moment, and said humbly, his eyes still on the tickets, `I suppose you wouldn't care to come with me. To let me take you. I'd call for you, we'd have dinner or - or not, as you wished. I could tell you who the people were, if that sort of thing interests you. If you think you'd like that sort of evening, it seems bad luck to miss it.'
And not knowing how she knew, Sylvia knew that this was the invitation which he had intended when he came into her drawing-room; and, not knowing how it had happened, she knew that at some time he had abandoned that intention and had made way for her husband; so that now he only offered himself humbly in that husband's default. And not knowing how

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