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Young Wallingford by George Randolph

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Young Wallingford by George Randolph

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“The location of the little pea was so obvious that it seemed a shame to take the black-eyed young man’s money, for just as he had stopped moving the shells, Wix and Gilman, pressing up, saw that the edge of the left-hand shell had rested upon the rubber “pea” and had immediately closed over it. Notwithstanding this slip on the part of the operator, there seemed some reluctance on the part of the audience to invest; instead, with what might have seemed almost suspicious eagerness, they turned toward the new-comers. Gilman, flushed of face and muddy of eye, and hiccoughing slightly–though Wix, who had drunk with him drink for drink, was clean and normal and his usual jovial, clear-eyed self–hastily pressed in before any one else should take advantage of the golden chance.” -Page 15

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