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CHAPTER FOUR

monthly and wished him to edit it. Given a free hand he might consent. But he would stand no interference from a vulgar fellow like Ormsby.
`How do you do, Mr. Raglan. Pleased to meet you. Smoke?'
Raglan flinched at the cigar offered, and with a. murmur, Oxford and polite, took out his cigarette-case.
`Light? Now then, let's get down to it. Don't know if you read my papers, don't suppose you do. Go racing at all?'
Mr. Raglan's gentle smile made it clear that he didn't.
`Right. But if you did, you'd know that my Racing Correspondent is the greatest living expert in England to-day. Cricket? Football? You don't? Well, ask any of your friends. Any cricketer or footballer would tell you.
Married? Well, any of your lady friends. They'd tell you. Fashions, Flying, Cricket, Motoring, whatever it is, there's just one question I ask myself. Who is the greatest living expert in England to-day? Mr. Blasted Brown? Then I want Mr. Blasted Brown for my paper. And I get 'im.'
`A very sound policy, I should say,' said Raglan kindly, watching his cigarette smoke up to the ceiling.
`I'm going to develop the literary side. Always meant to, but had to get the other sides working first. So I look round for the greatest living expert on Literature in England to-day. Everybody tells me the same. Ambrose Raglan.'
Raglan gave his high little laugh and fingered his little beard. How right everybody was.
`I'm going to have book talk daily, just as I have racing talk. I want you to edit that. At least I want your name. We'll get somebody else to do it, but you can keep an eye on him. What I really want from you is a

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