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CHAPTER NINETEEN

careful in These Days. When Bolshevism was Rampant. `Actually', he said, `it was Mrs. Coleman's carelessness. I distinctly asked for the Express.'
They talked a little of London, Grace wanting to know if skirts really were longer, `I don't mean for evening, of course, but the afternoon. Is it just a few fashionable people, or is it General? Of course in the country, well, we simply couldn't do it'; Fairlie wanting to know what they said in London about the chances of an election in the autumn. The Wellards spoke for London in these matters as well as they were able. But as soon as the tea-things were settled, and there was no further anxiety to be felt about Alice, Fairlie and Grace looked at each other, and Grace seemed to be imploring `Do let me tell them, Fairlie! After all, I told you', and Fairlie's answering look said, `I think you had better leave this to me, my dear. This is no longer just a piece of idle gossip. You shall have your turn later.' And then he put down his cup, wiped his moustache, and said gravely, `You haven't heard our news, I suppose?'
For one ridiculous moment Reginald supposed that Mrs. Hildersham was going to have another, and struggled with a compelling impulse to look at her. I suppose Sylvia knew at once, he thought. Possibly Hildersham read his thought, for he went on quickly, `About the Baxters?'
'No. What?'
`Mrs. Baxter is divorcing him.'
`Good lord ! Who? -or just-'
`I'm afraid so. Quite definitely. A Miss - Voles, is it?' He looked at his wife for confirmation.
`Miss Voles,' said Grace eagerly. `He knew her years ago, and they met again suddenly. Isn't it dreadful?' `It isn't Right,' said Hildersham, shaking his head.

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