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By W. W. Jacobs

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ISBN-13: 9780554328546

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By the time George had paid 'im and the cabman 'ad told him wot 'e looked like, Gerty and Ted 'ad disappeared indoors, all the lights was out, and, in a state o' mind that won't bear thinking of, George walked 'ome to his lodging. ”] Bob was asleep when he got there, but 'e woke 'im up and told 'im about it, and then arter a time he said that he thought Bob ought to pay arf because he 'ad saved 'is life. “Cert'nly not,” ses Bob. “We're quits now; that was the arrangement. ” George didn't get a wink o' sleep all night for thinking of the money he 'ad spent, and next day when he went round he 'ad almost made up 'is mind to tell Bob that if 'e liked to pay up the money he could 'ave Gerty back; but she looked so pretty, and praised 'im up so much for 'is generosity, that he began to think better of it.

Grummit, without any adieu at all, turned and crept back to the house. ” said the night-watchman, with a hard laugh. “Hmf! Don't talk to me about gratitoode; I've seen too much of it. ” Forgetful of the limitations of soap-boxes he attempted to illustrate his remark by lolling, and nearly went over backwards. Recovering himself by an effort he gazed sternly across the river and smoked fiercely. It was evident that he was brooding over an ill-used past. 'Arry Thomson was one of them, he said, at last.

I'll see to that,” ses George, very bitter. “I thought we was going to stand treat to each other? ” “So we are,” ses Gerty. ” ses Gerty, drawing her 'ead back and staring at 'im. ” George opened 'is mouth, but 'e couldn't speak a word. “ He couldn't enjoy the play at all, 'e was so upset, and he began to see more than ever 'ow wrong he 'ad been in taking Bob's gal away from 'im. He walked downstairs into the street like a man in a dream, with Gerty sticking to 'is arm and young Ted treading on 'is heels behind.

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