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in history have either been unhappily married or not married at all. Happiness has no history. Happily married men are never ambitious. They don't go toiling and panting after "
" They have no need to," said Hughie. "A man doesn't go on running after a tram-car after he has caught it."
" That begs the question, Hughie. It presumes that all the available happiness in the world is contained in one particular tram-car. Besides, the tram-cars you mean are intended for men over thirty. The young ought to walk."
Hughie realised that the conversation was growing rather too subtle for him, and reverted to plain cut and thrust.
" Then you think no man should marry before thirty? " he said.
"Nothing of the kind ! It depends on the man. If he is a steady, decent, average sort of fellow, who regards a ledger as a Bible and an officestool as a stepping-stone to the summit of the universe, and possesses no particular aptitude for the rough-and-tumble of life, the sooner he marries and settles down as a contented old pram-pusher the better for him and the nation. Do you fancy yourself in that line, Hughie ?"
"No-o-o," said Hughie reluctantly. " But I might learn," he added hopefully. " I'm a pretty adaptable bloke."
Jimmy Marrable threw his cigar-end out of the window, and sat up.

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