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Lady Tressilian had a striking-looking profile with a slender bridged nose, down which, when so inclined, she could look with telling effect. Though now over seventy and in frail health, her native vigour of mind was in no way impaired. She had, it is true, long periods of retreat from life and its emotions when she would lie with half-closed eyes, but from these semi-comas she would emerge with all her faculties sharpened to the uttermost, and with an incisive tongue. Propped up by pillows in a large bed set across one corner of her room, she held her court like some French Queen.

It makes things so much simpler. ” “Yes, don't you remember? ” “Oh, I wouldn't mind. I do think it's sensible. ” “It isn't nonsense. You know, Nevile, Audrey really was terribly fond of you ... ” “You're quite wrong, Kay. ” “Audrey - what do you mean, Audrey thinks? ” Nevile looked slightly embarrassed. He cleared his throat a little self-consciously. ” Nevile said irritably: “I'm telling you now. It was absolute chance. I was walking across the Park and there she was coming towards me. ” “No, of course not,” said Kay, staring.

I have been very gentle with her,” said Miss Amphrey. Battle said laconically. ” Battle did not reply directly. He said: “I'd like to see my girl now, if you don't mind. ” With renewed emphasis Miss Amphrey admonished him to be careful - to go slow - not to antagonise a child just budding into womanhood. Superintendent Battle showed no signs of impatience. He just looked blank. She took him at last to her study. They passed one or two girls in the passages. They stood politely to attention, but their eyes were full of curiosity.

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