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Not in the least, said Albert s uncle but the Treasurer and Secretary were charmed by your ingenious preparations for their reception. We didn t want them to be disappointed, said Dora. They weren t, said Albert s uncle. Steady on with those plums, H.O. A little way beyond the treasure you had pm2.5 outdoor riding mask gas filter protect face respirator anti-dust prepared for them they found two specimens of REAL Roman pottery which sent every man jack of them home thanking his stars he had been born a happy little Antiquary child. Those were our jugs, said Alice, and we really HAVE sold the Antiquities. She unfolded the tale about our getting the jugs and burying them in the moonlight, and the mound and the others listened with deeply respectful interest. We really have done it this time, haven t we she added in tones of well deserved triumph. But Oswald had noticed a queer look about Albert s uncle from almost the beginning of Alice s recital and he now had the sensation of something being up, which has on other occasions frozen his noble blood. The silence of Albert s uncle now froze it yet more Arcticly. Haven t we repeated Alice, unconscious of what her sensitive brother s delicate feelings had already got hold of. We have done it this time, haven t we Since you ask me thus pointedly, answered Albert s uncle at last, I cannot but confess that I think you have indeed done it. Those pots on the top of the library cupboard ARE Roman pottery. The amphorae which you hid in the mound are probably I can t say for certain, mind priceless. They are the property of the owner of this house. You have taken them out and buried them. The President of the Maidstone Antiquarian Society has taken them away in his bag. Now what are you going to do Alice and I did not know what to say, or where to look. 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It is no one s business but Oswald s only I will own it made Oswald not quite so anxious to run away for a soldier as he had been before. That owning up was the hardest thing I ever did. They did put that in the Book of Golden Deeds, though it was not a kind or generous act, and did no good to anyone or anything except Oswald s own inside feelings. I must say I think they might have let it alone. Oswald would rather forget it. Especially as Dicky wrote it in and put this Oswald acted a lie, which, he knows, is as bad as telling one. But he owned up when he needn t have, and this condones his sin. We think he was a thorough brick to do it. Alice scratched this out afterwards and wrote the record of the incident in more flattering terms. But Dicky had used Father s ink, and she used Mrs Pettigrew s, so anyone can read his underneath the scratching outs. 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