"Yes鈥擨 think so," came back quickly. "I may have used the last one, though鈥攐r rather two, that is. You see, I must have dropped one and lost it. Then I must have forgotten about it in the excitement鈥攖hat one Kennedy has." 鈥楴ot in the least. She gives me only the vaguest hints. I half fancy it is only an affectionate ruse to get me back to England for a time.鈥? Oh, I know you have always stuck up for him! said Roland, annoyed. "You are deceived鈥攖hat is all." Certainly. It is worth while to strengthen our evidence as much as possible. ^ "Who?" I asked. I imagine, father, that the proofs I have brought are beginning to convince you that the popes are liable to be surprised. But, to complete your conversion, I shall merely remind you of some examples, which you yourself have quoted in your book, of popes and emperors whom heretics have actually deceived. You will remember, then, that you have told us that Apollinarius surprised Pope Damasius, in the same way that Celestius surprised Zozimus. You inform us, besides, that one called Athanasius deceived the Emperor Heraclius, and prevailed on him to persecute the Catholics. And lastly, that Sergius obtained from Honorius that infamous decretal which was burned at the sixth council, 鈥渂y playing the busybody,鈥?as you say, 鈥渁bout the person of that pope.鈥? In de Promised Land. Yes, said Cleopatra. "Antony expects me. Will you go with me? I will make you one of my maids of honor."