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THE UNEXPECTED

It must be a hundred pounds!
If it was he could hold out for a year, for a couple of years even, before he got a Crib.
Even if it was fifty pounds !
Buggins was already breathing regularly when Kipps spoke again. 'Bug-gins,' he said.
Buggins pretended to be asleep, and thickened his regular breathing (a little too hastily) to a snore.
`I say, Buggins,' said Kipps, after an interval.
`What's up now?' said Buggins, unamiably.
`S'pose you saw an advertisement in a paper, with your name in it, see, asking you to come and see some one, like, so as to hear of something very much to your '
`Hide,' said Buggins, shortly.
`But'
'I'd hide.'
'Er?'
'Goo'-night, o'man,' said Buggins, with convincing earnestness. Kipps lay still for a long time, then blew profoundly, turned over and stared at the other side of the dark.
He had been a fool to post that letter!
Lord ! Hadn't he been a fool !

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It was just five days and a half after the light had been turned out while Buggins was reading, that a young man with a white face, and eyes bright and wide open, emerged from a side road upon the Leas front. He was dressed in his best clothes, and, although the weather was fine, he carried his umbrella, just as if he had been to church. He hesitated, and turned to the right. He scanned each house narrowly as he passed it, and presently came to an abrupt stop. 'Hughenden,' said the gateposts in firu" black letters, and the fanlight in gold repeated `Hugh" den.' It was a stucco house, fit to take your breath awa>" and its balcony was painted a beautiful sea green, ell, livened with gilding. He stood looking up at it.
`Gollys !' he said at last in an awe-stricken whisper.
It had rich-looking crimson curtains to all the low windows, and brass railed blinds above. There was a splending tropical plant in a large artistic pot in the drawing-room window. There was a splendid bronzed

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