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tered by the presence of the million
aire in his studio. "Yes, sir, I shall
be happy to show you my best can
vases. Something allegorical? Or
do you prefer a landscape?"
"What I want,' 'said Mr. Newrich,
the eminent contractor with, deci
sion, "is something about a yard and
a half long and a yard wide, to cover
some cracks in the frescoin "
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yours see how he begs!
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