That same afternoon

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That same afternoon, Strether meets Maria, who has now just returned to Paris. He  reveals that he is convinced that Waymarsh has been in communication with Mrs.  Newsome, that Waymarsh has "written to Woollett that I'm in peril of perdition." Strether  is not angry at Waymarsh; he is relieved that things have been brought to a head. He  tells Maria of Mrs. Newsome's ultimatum and of Chad's agreement to stay as long as  he, Strether, remains. Maria is pleased at this development but raises her eyebrows  when he tells her that, as a result, the Pococks will come. "Sarah will come to speak for  her mother," Strether concludes, but Maria comments that "It's Mamie . . . who'll be their  great card." Two days later, a telegram from Woollett, sent to Chad, announces the immediate  departure for France of Sarah, Jim, and Mamie. Strether has not received word from 
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