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High Sea


Opening Night


The Beacon Singer

The Family Tree

The Hangar Dance

The Office Party

The Ramblers

Three Romances

Three Medieval Romances

Chapter 1

“You will come each day to instruct them.”

“But not on the sabbath.”

“Of course. Have you any objection to that arrangement?”

“No Sir.”

“We shall see you Monday week then – well, you shan’t see me; Mrs Travers will introduce you to your pupils.”

“Very well, Sir.”

“You may go.”

Ann Rhys was escorted from Mr Brindley’s study by Mrs Travers. They walked along the hall in silence, Ann still anxious from receiving her new master’s strict instructions. “Don’t let the Master upset you,” Mrs Travers said, once they were at the great door of the house. “Be assured, his bark is worse than his bite,” and she smiled.

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