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He advertised still in the Sunday papers for Harry Hagberd. These sheets were read in foreign parts to the end of the world, he informed Bessie. At the same time, he seemed to think that his son was in England—so near to Colebrook that he would, of course, turn up ‘tomorrow’. Bessie, without committing herself to that opinion in so many words, argued that in that case, the expense of

advertising was unnecessary; Captain Hagberd it will be better if you will spend that weekly half-crown on him. Miss Bessie called it his tantrums. She shook her finger at him angrily. These acts of Captain Hagberd sometimes make Bessie feel irritated and disgusting.


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