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CHAPTER SEVEN

Victoria. Drive me to some place where I can hire a car.' He dropped back on to the seat and thought, `That's what people call throwing away five pounds. Idiots ! What's the use of money? None unless you can buy happiness with it, or prevent unhappiness. I threw away a hundred pounds' worth of happiness by fooling about at Pump's, and now I'm buying it back for five pounds. The best value for the money I shall ever get.'
He looked at his watch again. If he could get a fast car at once and a good driver, he could just do it...

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For the twentieth time he looked at his watch. Fifteen miles to the station, half an hour before the train was due, open country. Only fifteen miles now. He was safe. Thank God...
How like Milburn to say that he had recommended my book to Raglan. One of those fat white men who spread all over an armchair, and when you tell them that Lloyd George has gone over to Rome, wheeze, `Yes, I know. As a matter of fact it was something I said in here-' Gone over to Rome: extraordinary expression. Could a Roman Catholic `go over' to London? Probably he wouldn't want to. The whole point of being a Roman Catholic was that you were safe. Didn't have to bother any more. When strange people in railway-carriages asked you suddenly if you were saved, what they really meant was, `Are you safe?' Have you stopped bothering? Like getting into the Four Hundred in New York. You are a lady, and no more questions asked.
It would be nice to be certain of a God; not far myself, but for other people. `God bless my darling Sylvia, and keep her safe' -well, I say it now, and oh! God,

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