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[752a] to lend you aid in the course of our present imaginative sketch. And indeed I should be loth to leave our sketch headless;1 for it would look entirely shapeless if it wandered about in that guise.

I heartily approve of what you say, Stranger.

And what is more, I shall act as I say to the best of my power.

By all means let us do as we say.

It shall be done, if God will and if we can thus far master our old age.

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