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Upon further discussion, this appeared the safest and most
feasible mode of proceeding that could possibly be adopted.
Therefore it was finally determined that matters should be so
arranged, and Newman, after listening to many supplementary
cautions and entreaties, took his leave of Miss La Creevy and
trudged back to Golden Square; ruminating as he went upon a
vast number of possibilities and impossibilities which crowded
upon his brain, and arose out of the conversation that had just
terminated.


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