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THE FOUNDRY

Candles go to Communion. The G. of E.-ers go to a service.
" Now I'll tell you roughly what you do. You get up at five forty-five, when the second Reveille sounds. Then you wash and shave with great care, because they're 'ot on washing and shaving 'ere. Then you make your bed up. You make it up nice and neatI'll show you 'ow-because they're 'ot on making beds up neat in this place. Then on tap of your blankets you lay out your 'oldall, containing your knife, fork, spoon, buttonstick, razor, and shaving-brush, all polished till you can see your face in 'em, and your messtins, also polished, laid end to end, like this ... with the canvas bag neatly folded in the middle ... so.
" Got that?
" Now your lockers must be kept neat and tidy, because they're 'ot on lockers 'ere. In the top shelf, your battle-dress, neatly folded-they're 'ot on neat folding-and your stiff cap neatly placed on top. You will polish your chin-strap till it looks like patent leather, and get the buttons up till they sparkle, because if there's one thing they're 'ot on in the Guards, it's buttons. Got it? Good. On the lower shelf you place your brushes, all properly numbered, sandpapered, and laid in proper order. You mustn't keep any personal property in your locker, because they're 'ot on that, too. When you make your bed down at night, you'll lay your battle-dress down to crease : I'll show you 'ow, because they're dead 'ot on creases in this Depot. Your boots go up there on top. Got it? And you'll 'ave to work on them boots. They're full o' grease : you've got to work it out, with energy, spit,

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