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CHAPTER SEVENTEEN

`Oh! Of course I do l They said Bellamy !'
`Perhaps I should have given my full name. John FondeveriL They used to say in the clubs, you know, I dare say you've heard - Always the same, always game, John Fondeveril.' He laughed it off carelessly, and there was an answering laugh from the other end of the telephone. `Mrs. Wellard, I wondered ifyou would give me the pleasure of your company at lunch to-day.'
There was a momentary hesitation at Mrs. Wellard's end. Was Sylvia perhaps wondering what hi.r reputation with women was like? What husbands said when their wives went about with him?
`I should love to.'
`That is most kind of you. Would the Ivy suit you? They give you a very good Sole Veronique there. Or is there anywhere else -'
`No, that would be lovely, thank you.'
`Then shall we say one-fifteen?' There was a click, as it might be of a gold inscribed hunter being brought into consultation. Undoubtedly one-fifteen was an authentic moment.
'One-fifteen. That will be lovely.'
`Till one-fifteen then, at the Ivy. Au revoir.'
`Good-bye.'
For Mr. Fondeveril also had been at the Palace; and, seeing his son-in-law and the lovely Mrs. Wellard together, he had remembered what his daughter had said to him all those weeks ago. If she was anxious about Bob then, how much more anxious must she be now. He decided that he must Do Something. Something diplomatic, delicate. A word to Wellard? Then his son-inlaw's character would be in the open, and it would be possible no longer for him to pretend ignorance of it. Something tactful, then, to Mrs. Wellard; asserting

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