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THE FOUNDRY

"Are you positive they fit?"
" Yessir."
" They fit, then?"
" Yessir."
" You won't come back and say they don't fit, the day after to-morrow?"
" No, sir."
" Then go away."
" Please, sir. . ."
" What is it now?"
" They're too loose."
" Oh God, give me patience ! Oh, Good God in Heaven Almighty, give me strength ! Oh God blind O'Reilly suffering Christ in Heaven above so help me ! You ...you ... Take him away. Take him away before I tear him to pieces! ... What's all this? Recruits? More recruits? The Guards used to be ex-, clusive, and look at it now ! If my poor father were alive to see it he'd turn in his grave. Lead 'em in."
The men who work in the Store have an eye for size. They can look at you and issue, without wasting a word, equipment that more or less fits you. Each man gets a blue kitbag. Then comes a cataract of clothing.
Boots, ankle, pairs, two; a pair of braces; socks, knitted, pairs, three; slippers, pairs, one; shorts, gym, pairs, one; vests, gym, two; caps, I'.5., one, and a hard cap with a cheesecutter peak that covers the eyes and makes you hold your head up; two pairs of underpants; one stocking hat; holdalls, one; housewives containing needles, thread, thimble, and spare buttonsone; knives, one; forks, one; spoons, one; shirts, three;

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