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"Sarnt-Nelson. A word of warning about him. He's the decentest Sarnt you could wish to have. He never goes about punishing fellers. He never chases you more than you can stand. He won't bully you and chivvy you till you don't know where you are. He's never too tired to explain something to you. He'll stand by you through thick and thin in the event of trouble. Nelson is 'uman and a good bloke. But Gord 'elp you if you take liberties with Sarnt Nelson ! Just that : treat 'im decent and 'e's a pal. Take liberties - and 'e's a terror. You'll find that out, Thurstan, if you want to start something.
" You? Hodge ? You're a big feller, I-Iodge, and they like big felTers in the Guards. What do you weigh? You don't know? Well, all I can say is, Blimey. Somebody told me you'd been seen reading the Bible. You'd be surprised how things get around 'ere. Remember that, all of you, and be careful what you say. Some'ow or other, news gets about in this Depot quicker than a tea-party. Well, there's nothing against reading the Bible. I've never read it myself, but far be it from me. That is what I say-far be it from me. Why, we've 'ad blokes here reading poitry before now, and one of 'em used to write it. I'm glad to see you, Hodge.
" And you. What's your name? Bullock? Scrapper? Good. You won't get a chance to box 'ere : you'll be too busy otherwise engaged. We've 'ad a few decent scrappers 'ere in peace-time. Danahar. Jack Doyle. We used to 'ave some lovely fights in peace-time, but I'm afraid there's none o' that at present. There's a war on. Religion? C. of E. I've got to put down a religion because of Church Parades. The Roman

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