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near the on'y chap I know. Except the shop chaps. They've come round to 'ave supper once already and a bit of a sing-song afterwards. I sang. I got a banjo, you know, and I vamp a bit. Vamping-you know. Haven't got far in the book-'Ow to Vamp-but still I'm getting on. Jolly, of course, in a way, but what does it lead to? .... Besides that, there's my aunt and uncle. They're very good old people-very-jest a bit interfering p'r'aps, and thinking one isn't grown up, but Right enough. Only- It isn't what I want. I feel I've got be'ind with everything. I want to make it up again. I want to to get with educated people who know 'ow to do things-in the regular proper way.
His beautiful modesty awakened nothing but benevolence in the mind of Chester Coote.
`If I had some one like you,' said Kipps, `that I knew regular like '
From that point their course ran swift and easy. `If I could be of any use to you,' said Coote ....
`But you're so busy, and all that.'
`Not too busy. You know, your case is a very interesting one. It was partly that made me speak to you and draw you out. Here you are with all this money and no experience, a spirited young chap '
`That's jest it,' said Kipps.
`I thought I'd see what you were made of, and I must confess I've rarely talked to any one that I've found quite so interesting as you have been'
'I seem able to say things to you, like, somehow,' said Kipps.
`I'm glad. I'm tremendously glad.'
`I want a Friend. That's it-straight.' `My dear chap, if I '
'Yes; but I
'I want a Friend too.'
'Reely?'
`Yes. You know, my dear Kipps-if I may call you that.'
`Go on,' said Kipps.
`I'm rather a lonely dog myself. This to-night I've not had any one I've spoken to so freely of my Work for months.'
`No?'
`Yes. And, my dear chap, if I can do anything to guide or help you '

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