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“‘Then the first requirement will be that he should be loyal to you and yours, if he is to represent you in your absence. For if a steward is not loyal, what is the good of any knowledge he may possess?’

“‘None, of course; but I may tell you, loyalty to me and to mine is the first lesson I try to teach.’

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