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destroyers zipping along out of the darkness and letting fly with Whitehead torpedoes at illuminated targets, giant explosions shaking the skywould you all care to come with me?"
" Oh, I'd love to." Mercia's delight was obvious.
" You will be my guests on board the official yacht. You can all come down in my car : start away from here about eight. By half-past ten we can be on board and heading out to sea. Firing begins at midnight. By four in the morning you can be safely tucked up in bed in Greydene here, or I can book you a suite of rooms at Brighton."
" It all sounds too thrilling for words."
" Can I make it a definite date, then ?"
" So far as I am concerned, yes, by all means. And I think mother would be delighted to come, too. It isn't every day one gets the chance of seeing the navy doing things in its own little duck-run, is it ?" Mercia's eyes were sparkling at the thought of a really novel and exciting adventure.
" And your father-won't Mr. Lyall come, too ?"
" Well, I can hardly speak for dad : I don't know what his arrangements are. He goes out sometimes to his bridge parties. Positively indecent, some of the hours he keeps. Comes crawling home with the milk-sometimes without it, if his luck's been out. But old dad doesn't mind : he's a good loser."

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