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KIPPS ENTERS SOCIETY

`Besides, that's my door, down there. Basement. If I was caught talking at this door !'
`But, Ann, I'm'
'Basement after nine. Them's my hours. I'm a servant, and likely to keep one. If you're calling here, what name, please? But you got your friends and I got mine, and you mustn't go talking to me.'
`But, Ann, I want to ask you
Some one appeared in the hall behind Ann. `Not here,' said Ann. `Don't know any one of that name,' and incontinently slammed the door in his face.
`What was that, Ann?' said Mrs. Bindon Botting's invalid aunt.
'Ge'm a little intoxicated, Ma'am-asking for the wrong name, Ma'am.'
`What name did he want?' asked the lady doubtfully.
`No name that we know, Ma'am' said Ann, hustling along the hall towards the kitchen stairs.
`I hope you weren't too short with him, Ann.'
`No shorter than he deserved, considering 'ow he be'aved,' said Ann, with her bosom heaving.
And Mrs. Bindon Botting's invalid aunt, perceiving suddenly that this call had some relation to Ann's private and sentimental trouble, turned, after one moment of hesitating scrutiny, away.
She was an extremely sympathetic lady was Mrs. Bindon Botting's invalid aunt; she took an interest in the servants, imposed piety, extorted confessions and followed human nature, blushing and lying defensively to its reluctantly revealed recesses; but Ann's sense of privacy was strong, and her manner, under drawing-out and encouragement, sometimes even alarming ....
So the poor old lady went upstairs again.

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The basement door opened, and Kipps came into the kitchen. He was flushed and panting.
He struggled for speech.
" Ere,' he said, and held out two half-sixpences.
Ann stood behind the kitchen table-face pale and eyes round, and now and it simplified Kipps very much-he could see she had indeed been crying.

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