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I should be inclined t
o suggest that it was n
othing to laugh about,"
I said reprovingly. Th
e grey eye met mine. Th
en she laid a small coo
l hand firmly on my chi
n and pushed it round a
nd away. "Otherwise I c
an't see properly," she
explained. Then, "I be
lieve I can dig it out,
" she said quietly. I b
roke away at that and l
ooked round. She was qu
ite serious and began t
o unfasten a gold safet
y-pin. "Look here," I s
aid hurriedly. "You're
awfully kind; but, you
know, as it is in, don'
t you think perhaps it
had better stay in? I m
The Brother of Daphne by Yates, Dornford, 1885-1960