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Page 73 of Novels, stories, sketches, and poems of Thomas Nelson Page (vol. 16)

COLL McSHEEN 'S AMETHODS "What railway did you say it was" I enquired, for I had observed that lhe had not mentioned the iine. "Oh! ah! the P. D. & B. D." "'Oh! W ell, the fact is, Peck, I don't know that I could represent MIr. Poole in any litigation connected with that road." "Oh! it is not litigation, rmy dear fellow. You'd as well talk about litigation over the Bank of England. It is to represent him as a sort of regular-A' "I know," I cut him sbort, "but I think there will be some litigation. The fact is, I have a claim against that road." "A claim against the P. :D. & B. D.! For dam- ages, I suppose" "No. To upset the reorganization that took plae- " IPeck burst out laughing. "To upset the reorgani- zation of that road which took place ten-twenty- How many years ago was it You'd better try to upset the government of th(c United States." " Oh! No " " Come now. Don't be quixotic. I've come here to give you a good case that may be the beginning of a great practice for you. Why, you may become general counsel," 7-3

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