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Title The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists
Page 426
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Text and Gord only knows 'ow many more.'

At this moment Newman came into the room. He looked so white and upset that the others involuntarily paused in their conversation.

`Well, what do YOU think of it?' asked Harlow.

`Think of what?' said Newman.

`Why, didn't 'Unter tell you?' cried several voices, whose owners looked suspiciously at him. They thought - if Hunter had not spoken to Newman, it must be because he was already working under price. There had been a rumour going about the last few days to that effect.

`Didn't Misery tell you? They're not goin' to pay more than six and a half after this week.'

`That's not what 'e said to me. 'E just told me to knock off. Said I didn't do enough for 'em.'
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