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`Here's the back of my trouser-leg all tore down,' said Kipps, `and I believe I'm bleeding. You reely ought to be more careful '
The stranger investigated the damage with a rapid movement. `Holy Smoke, so you are!' He laid a friendly hand on Kipps' arm. `I say-look here! Come up to my diggings and sew it up. I'm Of course I'm to blame,
and I say 'His voice sank to a confidential friendliness. `Here's a slop. Don't let on I ran you down. Haven't 2 lamp, you know. Might be a bit awkward, for me.'
Kipps looked up towards the advancing policeman. The appeal to his generosity was not misplaced. He immediately took sides with his assailant. He stood as the representative of the law drew nearer. He assumed an air which he considered highly suggestive of an accident not having happened.
`All ri;ht,' he said, `go on!'
`Right you are,' said the cyclist, promptly, and led the way; and then, apparently with some idea of deception, called over his shoulder, `I'm tremendous glad to have met you, old chap.
`It really isn't a hundred yards,' he said, after they had passed the policeman; `it's lust round the corner.'
`Of course,' said Kipps, limping slightly. `I don't want to get a chap into trouble. Accidents will happen. Still'
'Oh, rather! I believe you. Accidents will happen. Especially when you get me on a bicycle.' He laughed. `You aren't the first I've run down, not by any manner of means! I don't think you can be hurt much, either. It isn't as though I was scorching. You didn't see me coming. I was back-pedalling like anything. Only naturally it seems to you I must have been coming fast. And I did all I could to ease off the bump as I hit you. It was just the treadle, I think, came against your calf. But it was All Right of you about that policeman, you know. That was a Fair Bit of All Right. Under the Circs., if you'd told him I was riding, it might have been forty bob! Forty bob! I'd have had to tell 'em Time is Money just now for Mr. H. C.
`I shouldn't have blamed you either, you know. Most men, after a bump like that, might have been spiteful. The least I can do is to stand you a needle and thread. And a clothes' brush. It isn't everyone who'd have taken it like you.

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You reely ought to be more careful ' what is stranger investigated what is damage with a rapid movement. `Holy Smoke, so you are!' He laid a friendly hand on Kipps' arm. `I say-look here! Come up to my diggings and sew it up. I'm Of course I'm to blame, and I say 'His voice sank to a confidential friendliness. `Here's a slop. Don't let on I ran you down. Haven't 2 lamp, you know. Might be a bit awkward, for me.' Kipps looked up towards what is advancing policeman. what is appeal to his generosity was not misplaced. He immediately took sides with his assailant. He stood as what is representative of what is law drew nearer. 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