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THE LABYRINTHODON

I found it all out long ago. I've seen women of that sort. And I don't climb any more.'
`I often thought about what you said last time I saw you,' said Kipps.
`I wonder what I said,' said Masterman, in parenthesis. `Anyhow, you're doing the right and sane thing, and that's a rare spectacle. You're going to marry your equal, and you're going to take your own line, quite independently of what people up there, or people down there, think you ought or ought not to do. That's about the only course one can take nowadays, with everything getting more muddled and upside down every day. Make your own little world and your own house first of all; keep that right side up whatever you do, and marry your mate .... That, I suppose, is what I should do-ifl had a mate. . . But people of my sort, luckily for the world, don't getmade in pairs. No!
`Besides However ' And abruptly, taking advantage of an interruption by Master Walt, he lapsed into thought.
Presently he came out of his musings.
`After all,' he said, `there's Hope.'
`What about?' said Sid.
`Everything,' said Masterman.
`Where there's life there's hope,' said Mrs. Sid. `But none of you aren't eating anything like you ought to.'
Masterman lifted his glass.
`Here's to Hope!' he said, `the Light of the World!'
Sid beamed at Kipps, as who should say, `You don't meet a character like this every dinner-time.'
`Here's to Hope!' repeated Masterman. `The best thing one can have. Hope of life Yes.'
He imposed his moment of magnificent self-pity on them all. Even young Walt was impressed.

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They spent the days before their marriage in a number of agreeable excursions together. One day they went to Kew by steamboat, and admired the house full of paintings of flowers extremely; and one day they went early to have a good long day at the Crystal Palace, and enjoyed themselves very much indeed. They got there so early that nothing was open inside; all the stalls were wrappered up,

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