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PART II - CHAPTER VI
THE COURTING

'But-you-may-shoot,' he shouted away, reassured by the rumble of the machine: ' Shoot-the-fox. I-I-It-is-at-the-rot '
'Root!' shrieked Emily, as she guided the stuff through the doddering jaws of the machine. 'Root,' echoed the boy, and he went off with these crackers : 'Root--of-the-tree.' `Next one!' cried Emily.
` Put-the-ol ' began the boy. 'What?' cried Emily.
` Ole-on-'
'Wait a bit !' cried Emily, and then the machine broke down.
'Hang!' she ejaculated.
'Hang!' shouted the child.
She laughed, and leaned over to him:
'" Put the oil in the pan to boil, while I toil in the soil-" Oh, Cyril, I never knew you were there ! Go along now, Sam: David 'll be at the back somewhere.'
`He's in the bottom garden,' said I, and the child ran out.
Directly George came in from the scullery, drying himself. He stood on the hearthnig as he rubbed himself, and surveyed his reflection in the mirror above the high mantelpiece; he looked at himself and smiled. I wondered that he found such satisfaction in his image, seeing that there was a gap in his chin, and an uncertain moth-eaten appearance in one cheek. Mrs. Saxton still held this mirror an object of dignity; it was fairly large, and had a wellcarven frame; but it left gaps and spots and scratches in one's countenance, and even where it was brightest, it gave one's reflection a far-away dim aspect. Notwithstanding, George smiled at himself as he combed his hair and twisted his moustache.
'You seem to make a good impression on yourself,' said I.
`I was thinning I looked all right-sort of face to go courting with,' he replied, laughing: `You just arrange a patch of black to come and hide your faults-and you're all right.'
` I always used to think,' said Emily, 'that the black spots had swallowed so many faces they were full up, and

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