"Those newspaper people can make an article out of anything," said he, yawning. "I've seen the man myself, and it was all very well, but nothing to make such a fuss about."
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"How do you go, then? Does my father give you leave?"
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Jemima sat and pondered. Richard wished he had not been so confidential.
"You need not name it," said he, rather anxiously.