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THE UNEXPECTED

knocker (ring also) and two bells-one marked `servants.'
`Gollys ! Servants, eh?'
He walked past away from it with his eyes regarding it, and then turned and came back. He passed through a further indecision, and finally drifted away to the sea front and sat down on a seat a little way along the Leas and put his arm over the back and regarded 'Hughenden.' He whistled an air very softly to himself, put his head first on one side and then on the other. Then for a space he scowled fixedly at it.
A very stout old gentleman with a very red face and very protuberant eyes sat down beside Kipps, removed a Panama hat of the most abandoned desperado cut, and mopped his brow and blew. Then he began mopping the inside of his hat. Kipps watched him for a space, wondering how much he might have a year, and where he bought his hat. Then'Hughenden' reasserted itself.
An impulse overwhelmed him. `I say,' he said, leaning forward to the old gentleman.
The old gentleman started and stared.
` What did you say?' he asked fiercely.
`You wouldn't think,' said Kipps, indicating with his forefinger, `that that 'ous there belongs to me.'
The old gentleman twisted his neck round to look at `Hughenden.' Then he came back to Kipps, looked at his mean little garments with apoplectic intensity, and blew at him by way of reply.
It does,' said Kipps, a little less confidently.
`Don't be a fool,' said the old gentleman, and put his flat on and wiped out the corners of his eyes. `It's hot enough,' panted the old gentleman indignantly, `without Fools.' Kipps looked from the old gentleman to the house, and back to the old gentleman. The old gentleman looked at Kipps and snorted and looked out to sea, and again, snorting very contemptuously, at Kipps.
'Mean to say it doesn't belong to me?' said Kipps.
The old gentleman just glanced over his shoulder at the house in dispute, and then fell to pretending Kipps didn't exist. `It's ben lef' me this very morning,' said Kipps. `It ain't the only one that's been lef' me, neither.'
`Aw!' said the old gentleman, like one who is sorely tried lie seemed to expect the passers-by presently to remove Kipps.

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