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CHAPTER SEVEN

`Whom does Mr. Wellard want to -how did you phrase it? -sock in the eye?' he asked gently. `Our friend Pump?'
`No,' said Reginald slowly. `Not our friend Pump. Not just at the moment.'
`I thought not,' murmured Raglan, smiling to himself.
Ormsby wasn't listening, being busy with his toothpick.

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Mr. Pump was in. Mr. Pump would see Mr. Wellard. Ah, good afternoon, Mr. Wellard. Sit down, won't you? What can I do for you? Well, what?
Now that he was here, Reginald wondered why he was here. To receive Mr. Pump's congratulations was, he supposed, the real reason why he had come. To be flattered, praised, made much of You could hardly say so to the other man, if he didn't feel it for himself. Or was it to keep an eye on Mr. Pump, as advised by Raglan? All right, he was keeping an eye on Mr. Pump. Unfortunately at the moment Mr. Pump wasn't faking accounts, forging cheques or taking money from the till. He wasn't even, as far as Reginald could see, counting thirteen as twelve. Just how did one keep an eye on Mr. Pump? `The fact is I came to keep an eye on you.' You see, one couldn't say that.
However, we must say something.
`I happened to be in London to-day - I don't often come - so I thought I'd just look in.' He gave a selfconscious little laugh and added, `Just to see how the book was getting on.'
`Ah, yes, the book. Let me see. That would be - er -' He turned over papers on his table as if to refresh his memorp.

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