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CHAPTER XIII - THE TYNE DEFENCES

herself to reply, " he was anxious to see the Abbey you know ; and he hasn't very much longer to stay. I believe he intends to do the castles in Austria next."
" What a strange man he must be," said the Colonel absently. " Well! I suppose we must make him at home, both for the sake of the English tradition of hospitality and for Mr. Riddell Warner-though why he sent him to us, I cannot say !"
In due course the Comte de Faucelles arrived ; and rather to his own discomfort the Colonel did not take to him. However, he did not need to bother himself much, for the Comte was a charmingly mannered person, and Madelaine his wife responded with all that vivacity of which she was so capable ; though goodness knows what she saw in such an unattractivelooking man. Most of people would have called him ugly-though he was even more than that ; he was unpleasantly cruel looking-almost repulsive. . . .
" And now, Comte," the soldier said cheerfully, when coffee had been served, " I suppose you would like to see the castle grounds and take a peep at our old Abbey."
"If monsieur would be so very kind," said the Comte politely.
" Well," said the officer proudly, " you may find much better-preserved castles when you go to Hungary, but you won't find anything older than the Abbey Church. Of course there are only the ruins left, but they are in a wonderful state of preservation, standing where they do, beaten on by storm and spray."
It was only a short distance from the house to the castle. They passed over the moat and crossed the drawbridge, where their visitor politely admired the portcullis. They spent quite a time examining the ruins of the old monastery which had once sheltered the

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