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Hopkinson Smith 1909 I I had left Sandy MacWhirter crooning over his smouldering wood fire the day Boggs blew in with news of the sale of Mac’s two pictures at the Academy, and his reply to my inquiry regarding his future plans (vaguely connected with a certain girl in a steamer chair), -By the next steamer, my boy,- still rang in my ears, but my surprise was none the less genuine when I looked up from my easel, two months later, at Sonning-on-the-Thames and caught sight of the dear fellow, with Lonnegan by his side, striding down the tow-path in search of me. -By the Great Horn Spoon!- came the cry.
And the next minute his big arms were about my shoulders, his cheery laugh filling the summer air. Lonnegan’s greeting was equally hearty and spontaneous, but it came with less noise. -He’s been roaring that way ever since we left London,- said the architect.
-Ever since we landed, really,- and he nodded at Mac. -Awfully glad to see you, old man!- The next moment the three of us were flat on the grass telling our experiences, the silver sheen of the river flashing between the low-branched trees lining the banks. Lonnegan’s story ran thus: Mac had disappeared the morning after their arrival; had remained away Tue Apr 04 21:37:15 2017 2 two weeks, reappearing again with a grin on his face that had frozen stiff and had never...

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