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You're coming with me, my lad,' I said. ' Peter showed no surprise. 'Keep in mind that I don't like the Germans,' was all he said. ' Then I told him the story of our mission. 'You and I have got to be Maritz's men. We went into Angola, and now we're trekking for the Fatherland to get a bit of our own back from the infernal English. Neither of us knows any German - publicly. We'd better plan out the fighting we were in - Kakamas will do for one, and Schuit Drift. You were a Ngamiland hunter before the war.

You are fond of tackling difficulties? Well, I can give you a task which will try all your powers. ' My heart was beginning to thump uncomfortably. Sir Walter was not the man to pitch a case too high. ' 'True; but what I am about to propose does not come by any conceivable stretch within the scope of a soldier's duties. I shall perfectly understand if you decline. You will be acting as I should act myself - as any sane man would. I would not press you for worlds. If you wish it, I will not even make the proposal, but let you go here and now, and wish you good luck with your battalion.

He wouldn't,' said Sir Walter. 'He had always a more than Oriental reticence. ' He looked at his watch. 'You can get to the Savoy Grill Room in five minutes in a taxi-cab. Go in from the Strand, turn to your left, and you will see in the alcove on the right-hand side a table with one large American gentleman sitting at it. They know him there, so he will have the table to himself. I want you to go and sit down beside him. Say you come from me. , but born and raised in Indiana. Put this envelope in your pocket, but don't read its contents till you have talked to him.

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