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CHAPTER SEVENTEEN

back because you couldn't come, Lord Ormsby asked if I could come with him. It would have been lovely if you'd just been coming home in the ordinary way, and I could have told you about it, and we could have gone together.'
`Oh, that's how it was?' said Reginald.
So that's how it was. If he had not made this unneces sary visit to this unnecessary play, if he had not forced himself on Lattimex and Nixon and Coral Bell, all concerned with business, he with pleasure only, then that
unhappy night, this unhappy morning, would never have been....
Her head out of her bedroom door as he comes upstairs.
`Hurry, darling, you've only got twenty minutes.'
`But why - it's only --'
`Guess !'
'We're going out somewhere? Clever of me. How do you do?' He shakes her hand.
`Well, just one.' She comes into his arms. `But you must hurry, darling. And white waistcoat and every thing. They're all put out for you.'
`Righto. Buckingham Palace? What about the knee breeches?'
`Not Buckingham, darling.' `I say, we're not going-' She nods excitedly. `However -?'
`You must hurry, darling. I'll tell you at dinner. Isn't it fun?'
That's how it would have been. And this morning they would have been talking about it happily, saying to each other, `Didn't you love the way he -' and `Oh,
but much the best thing really -' and `Funny how the

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