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Lady Jocelyn sighed gently and put down her cup on the tea-table. "I suppose, Tony," she said, "that when one gets to seventy-two, one's conscience begins to decay just as one's body does. I seem to like good people less and immoral and useless ones more. You are the only member of the family it gives me the faintest pleasure to see nowadays." Sir Antony Raymond Fulk Desmoleyn Conway—Conway Bart., more commonly known as Tony, nodded his head. "They are rather a stuffy lot the others, aren't they!" he answered cheerfully. "Who's been round to see you?" "Only Laura and Henry as yet." Lady Jocelyn spoke with some thankfulness. "Well, that's enough," observed Tony.