"The newspapers don't. Read the newspapers my boy."
"At any rate, I now belong to the privileged class. When do we leave, Mr. Middleton?"
"Elizabeth says to-morrow. We go by rather a slow train."
"Because, my dear, an all-wise Providence has decreed that express trains shall not haul private cars."
"Oh, I say!" exclaimed Mr. Porter. "That makes all the difference in the world."
"You're going as our guest, you know."
"But really, Mr. Middleton, I never . . ."
"No," said Mr. Blakely Porter, "I won't be absurd. I shall be more than glad to go as your guest."
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