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woman once told me that the recipe for perfect happiness is a million pounds and a good digestion. The last, I admit, is indispensable. Well, you have it: the Marrable interior is dyspepsia proof. The million pounds you' have not got, and
don't want. Wealth, after all, is a purely rela-, tive affair. You can measure it either by the greatness of what you have or the smallness of what you want. All that a man needs is enough of the first to ensure his getting the second, and. I am inclined to think that in your case this should not be a matter of much difficulty.
Besides, it is in the small needs of life that money really counts. The yacht, the house in town, the grouse moor-who wants 'em? But the cab home in the rain ; the occasional bottle of Pommery ; the couple of stalls when an old: friend looks you up, or the furtive and symp thetic fiver when his widow does,. these are th things that make money really worth having. Besides, the greatest joys are those you have to save up for, so a millionaire can never know them.
As for friends-well, there are two classes, men and women. Men I need not trouble you about. If you haven't acquired the knack of handling them during the last ten years you never will, and are no Marrable. Women? I give it up! You can't standardise them. Men are fairly normal as a class. If you deal straight with a man he will realise and appreciate the fact, and

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