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the Victim of Fate, or at least of one as inexorable-Chitterlow. He tried to recall the successive steps that had culminated so disastrously. They were difficult to recall...
Buggins that night abounded in counsel and reminiscence.
`Curious thing,' said Buggins, `but every time I've had the swap I've never believed I should get another Cribnever. But I have, 'said Buggins. `Always. So don't lose heart, whatever you do.'
`Whatever you do,' said Buggins, `keep hold of your collars and cuffs-shirts, if you can, but collars anyhow. Spout them last. And, anyhow, it's summer, you won't want your coat.... You got a good umbrella....
`You'll no more get a shop from New Romney thananything. Go straight up to London, get the cheapest room you can find-and hang out. Don't eat too much. Many a chap's put his prospects in his stomach. Get a cup o' coffee and a slice-egg, if you like-but remember you got to turn up at the Warehouse tidy. The best places now, I believe, are the old cabmen's eating houses. Keep your watch and chain as long as you can....
`There's lots of shops going,' said Buggins, 'Lots!'
And added reflectively, `But not this time of year, perhaps.'
He began to recall his own researches. "Stonishing lot of chaps you see,' he said. `All sorts. Look like Dukes, some of 'em. High hat. Patent boots. Frockcoat. All there. All right for a West End crib. Others-Lord! It's a caution, Kipps. Boots been inked in some reading-rooms-I used to write in a Reading Room in Fleet Street, regular penny club-hat been wetted, collar frayed, tail-coat buttoned up, black chest-plaster tie-spread out. Shirt, you know, gone-' Buggins pointed upward with a pious expression.
`No shirt, I expect?'
`Eat it.' said Buggins.
Kipps meditated. `I wonder where old Minton is,' he said at last. `I often wondered about 'im.'

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It was the morning following Kipps' notice of dismissal that Miss Walshingham came into the shop. She came in

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