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Do not you're thinking that agricultural workers could really have 3 acres and a cow than 3 acres of revealed types and a committee? Why does not a person commence a yeoman occasion in politics, attractive to the outdated traditions of the small landowner? And why do not they assault males like Verner for what they're, that is anything approximately as previous and conventional as an American oil belief? " "You'd higher lead the yeoman celebration yourself," laughed Harry. "Don't you think that it might be a funny story, Lord Saltoun, to work out my brother and his merry males, with their bows and money owed, marching right down to Somerset all in Lincoln eco-friendly rather than Lincoln and Bennet hats? " "No," replied previous Saltoun, "I don't believe it might be a comic story. i believe it might be a really severe and good notion. " "Well, i am jiggered! " cried Harry Fisher, gazing him. "I stated simply now it used to be the 1st truth you did not comprehend, and that i may still say this is often the 1st comic story you did not see. " "I've obvious an excellent many stuff in my time," stated the previous guy, in his really bitter type. "I've advised an excellent many lies in my time, too, and maybe i have really ailing of them. yet there are lies and lies, for all that. gents used to lie simply as schoolboys lie, simply because they hung jointly and partially to aid each other out. yet i am damned if i will see why we must always lie for those cosmopolitan cads who merely aid themselves. they are not backing us up to any extent further; they are easily crowding us out. If a guy like your brother loves to cross into Parliament as a yeoman or a gentleman or a Jacobite or an historic Briton, I may still say it'd be a jolly great point. " within the particularly startled silence that Horne Fisher sprang to his ft and all his dreary demeanour dropped off him. "I'm able to do it to-morrow," he cried. "I consider none of you fellows might again me up. " Then Harry Fisher confirmed the finer facet of his impetuosity. He made a unexpected move as though to shake fingers. "You're a sport," he acknowledged, "and i will again you up, if no one else will. yet we will all again you up, cannot we? I see what Lord Saltoun capacity, and, after all, he is correct. he is constantly correct. " "So i'll move right down to Somerset," acknowledged Horne Fisher. "Yes, it really is in an effort to Westminster," acknowledged Lord Saltoun, with a grin. And so it occurred that Horne Fisher arrived a few days later on the little station of a slightly distant marketplace city within the west, observed via a mild suitcase and a full of life brother. It mustn't ever be meant, notwithstanding, that the brother's pleased tone consisted fullyyt of chaff. He supported the hot candidate with wish in addition to hilarity; and in the back of his boisterous partnership there has been an expanding sympathy and encouragement. Harry Fisher had constantly had an affection for his extra quiet and kooky brother, and used to be now coming increasingly more to have a recognize for him. because the crusade proceeded the honour elevated to ardent admiration. For Harry used to be nonetheless younger, and will suppose one of these enthusiasm for his captain in electioneering schoolboy can believe for his captain in cricket.