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In her calmest voice Noel answered: `Why should we, after being told that he wasn't liked?'
`Who told him that?'
`I told him, that Daddy didn't; but I expect Daddy said much worse things.' She gave a little laugh, then softly added: `Daddy's wonderful, isn't he
`How?'
`The way he drives one to do the other thing. If he hadn't opposed my marriage to Cyril, you know, that wouldn't have happened, it just made all the difference. It stirred me up so fearfully.' Gratian stared at her, astonished that she could see herself so clearly. Towards the end of August she had a letter from Fort.

`DEAR MRS. LAIRD,
`You know all about things, of course, except the one thing which to me is all important. I can't go on without knowing whether I have a chance with your sister. It is against your father's expressed wish that she should have anything to do with me, but I told him that I could not and would not promise not to ask her. I get my holiday at the end of this month, and am coming down to put it to
the touch. It means more to me than you can possibly imagine.
`I am, dear Mrs. Laird,
`Your very faithful servant, `JAMES FORT.'

She discussed the letter with George, whose advice was: `Answer it politely, but say nothing; and nothing to Noll_ie. I think it would be a very good thing. Of course it's a bit of a makeshift-twice her age; but he's; a genuine man, if not exactly brilliant.'
Gratian answered almost sullenly: `I've always wanted the very best for Nollie.'
George screwed up his steel-coloured eyes, as he might have looked at one on whom he had to operate. `Quite :,o,' he said. `But you must remember, Gracie, that out of the swan she was, Nollie has made herself into a lame

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