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there is no need to rake up bygones. To-morrow is bus day and as you say the young lady is living near by we shall shut up shop for there is really nothing doing now what with all the visitors bringing everything with them down to their very children's pails and say how-de do to her and give her a bit of a kiss and encouragement if we think her suitable-she will be pleased to see your old uncle. We wish we could have had a look at her first but still there is not much mischief done and hoping that all will turn out well yet I am
'Your affectionate Uncle,
`EDWARD GEORGE Kipps.

`My heartburn still very bad. I shall bring over a few bits of rhubarb I picked up, a sort you won't get in Folkestone and if possible a good bunch of flowers for the young lady.'

'Comin' over to-day,' said Kipps, standing helplessly with the letter in his hand.
" Ow the Juice ?'
`I carn't.'
`Kiss 'er!'
A terrible anticipation of that gathering framed itself in his mind, a hideous, impossible disaster.
`I carn't even face 'er !'
His voice went up to a note of despair. `And it's too late to telegrarf and stop 'em!'

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About twenty minutes after this, an out-porter in Castle Hill Avenue was accosted by a young man with a pale, desperate face, an exquisitely rolled umbrella, and a heavy Gladstone bag.
`Carry this to the station, will you?' said the young man. `I want to ketch the nex' train to London.... You'll 'ave to look sharp; I 'even't very much time.'

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