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CHAPTER TWELVE

old Maggie. On Sundays he and Maggie would walk out to Hampstead Heath together, Mr. Fondeveril explaining on the way what he would do if the King suddenly decided to make him Lord Mayor of London, `but with real power, Maggie. Power,' and he made a semicircular movement with his free hand, `to sweep away this or that. Power to say No !1 or Yes 11 as the case might be. For instance, dear, just to give you a small example of what I mean, I might-' he looked round for inspiration -`well, now, the Leg-of-mutton Pond here, just take that as an example. I might decide to - sweep it away. Well, of course that means - plans have to be made. It's a question of drainage - and - er - seepage, and so forth. It would have to be emptied, filled-in, levelled and so on. I should give the necessary instructions. And when it was done I should decide what I was going to have here instead. A cricket ground perhaps. If so, I should of course be prepared to take the best advice. I should,' he made a beckoning movement with his finger, `I should say to Dr. Grace, "Just come here a moment, Doctor. Now if you were -" You see what I mean?'
`Yes, Pa,' said his daughter meekly.
`The point is I should• have real Power. They want men with power at the helm, that's what it comes to.'
On other Sundays, when Maggie was a little older, he would take her to Queen's Hall, where he gave without difficulty the impression of one who might have been a Great Conductor if he had thought of it. `I won't say I should have taken that movement differently, Maggie, not the actual movement,' he explained on the way home, `but I should have Built it Up more, if you see what I mean. As it was, it just lacked that something. Technically perfect, of course, I should be

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