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CHAPTER SEVEN

`Well, you will see when we send you your cheque along. I think you will find the figures on the cheque more interesting than any I could give you now.' He laughed automatically, and automatically Reginald responded.
`I'm glad it's doing well,' said Reginald. `Of course Raglan's notice must have helped enormously. It was very lucky to get that.'
`Lucky if you like to put it so,' said Mr. Pump, holding his beard firmly in his left hand. `As it happened, I had called his particular attention to it when sending the book out. It struck me as the sort of book which would appeal to Raglan. One has to consider the class of book, and the appeal it makes.'
`So that's how it was. I wondered.'
`And when are we to have your new book?'
`New book?' said Reginald, startled by the idea. `I'm not writing another.'
`Oh come, Mr. Wellard,' said Mr. Pump, shaking the end of his beard at him waggishly, `you can't let your public down like that. You can't let us down. You - What is it?'
Reginald was staring at the mantelpiece with his mouth open.
`Is that the time?'
`Approximately,' said Mr. Pump, turning round. `As I was saying-'
`Good Heavens!' Reginald jumped up. `I'm terribly sorry. I shall miss my train. Good afternoon. I say! -' He hurried to the door, called over his shoulder, `I'll write,' as if he had anything to write about, and dashed down the stairs into the street. Taxi! Hi 1 Here you are! Victoria - like hell...
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