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CHAPTER TWO

`So it would,' said Reginald, `if nobody made roads. But I'm dashed,' he added, `if' I'm going to be a roadmender.'
Hildersham wavered between saying that that was different and pointing out once more that Wellard really ought to do something about his own road, even if it didn't actually belong to him. The local problem seeming the more pressing, he settled down to it. A couple of cart-loads of rubble.
Sylvia was also going to be a voter, so it was said. She had asked Reginald what she ought to do with her vote when she had it. Reginald said, `Pair with me,' and Sylvia, who had seen many pretty things pair in the springtime, and thought that Reginald was just being loving, gave him her eyes for a moment and nodded. So the question of the vote stood over, or was settled, whichever you please.
Reginald went into his club, looking as much like a man who was not carrying a copy of Bindweed as was possible to a man who undoubtedly was. Once in the cloak-room, he balanced it on a peg and put his hat over it. Then he went in to lunch. He was doing tricks with spaghetti when his solitude was disturbed.
`Hallo, Wellard. Mind if we join you? Rather crowded today.'
Not very well put, thought Reginald. But with a neck that thick, what could you do? He nodded.
`D'you know Raglan?'
By name, of course; who didn't? Not otherwise. Introductions were made....
Any hope?
None. They began talking about Raglan.
`I'm a countryman,' said Reginald, `and know nothing of these things. What's the difference between an

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