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believes, you know. Besides, I'm not making a mistake, Auntie; I love Cyril ever so.'
Thirza gave her waist a squeeze.
`You mustn't make a mistake. We love you too much, Nollie. I wish we had Gratian here.'
`Gratian would back me up,' said Noel; `she knows what the war is. And you ought to, Auntie. If Rex or Harry wanted to be married, I'm sure you'd never oppose them. And they're no older than Cyril. You must understand what it means to me, Auntie dear, to feel that we belong to each other properly before-before it all begins for him, andand there may be no more. Daddy doesn't realize. I know he's awfully good, but-he's forgotten.'
`My dear, I think he remembers only too well. He was desperately attached to your mother.'
Noel clenched her hands.
`Was he? Well, so am I to Cyril, and he to me. We wouldn't be unreasonable if it wasn't-wasn't necessary. Talk to Cyril, Auntie; then you'll understand. There he is; only; don't keep him long, because I want him. Oh! Auntie, I want him so badly!'
She turned, and slipped back into the house; and Thirza, conscious of having been decoyed to this young man, who stood there with his arms folded, like Napoleon before a battle, smiled and said: `Well, Cyril, so you've betrayed me!
Even in speaking she was conscious of the really momentous change in this sunburnt, blue-eyed, lazily impudent youth since the day he arrived, three weeks ago, in their little wagonette. He took her arm, just as Noel had, and made her sit down beside him on the rustic bench, where he had evidently been told to wait.
`You see, Mrs. Pierson,' he said, `it's not as if Noel were an ordinary girl in an ordinary time, is it? Noel is the sort of girl one would knock one's brains out for; and to send

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