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CHAPTER VI

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" Young Pitt, Sir," came a bland voice.
" The younger Pitt," corrected Raven. " Now, young Harbord, tell me.... Ah, it was a sad thing, that," as if he remembered a further tragedy in the family. " There was Bony marching across Europe. He'd just won the battle of, battle of. . ."
" Austerlitz, sir ? " said someone. " Battle of, battle of . . ."
" Jena, sir ? "
" Battle of 00..000...0000..."
" Ulm," roared the division, waiting till the last possible moment.
" And there was Pitt," continued Raven. " Which Pitt, Harbord ? "
" Young Pitt, Sir."
" The younger Pitt, offal bawer. There was Pitt dying, when all the time what was happening, Grainger ?"
" The Industrial Revolution, sir ? "
" Bailey ? "
" Nelson was saying good-bye to Lady Hamilton." Titters of laughter, which Raven ignored. " When all the time Nelson was approaching ; now, gentlemen, Nelson and his fleet of how many ships of the what ? Twe ... Twen ... Twenty-seven ships of the ..."
" Line," roared the division.
" What part of the metropolis has anything to do with the battle, if any ?" said Raven casually, turning away to the blackboard to hide his cunning. There was a silence. He led off " T . . Tr ... Trr. . . ."
" Trafalgar."
" And all the time Pitt had said, what did he say ?"

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