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负队是什么意思

e yourself about that. You are company to me, and I'm willing to pay your expenses for that, let alone the

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help you may give me." "Thank you, Mr. Bundy. Then I will say no more. What day do you think you will

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start?" "To-day is Tuesday. We will start on Saturday. Can you be ready?" Oliver laughed. "There

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负队是什么意思

负队是什么意思

won't be much getting ready for me," he said. "All my business arrangements can be made in half an hour." Bundy smiled. Our hero's good spirits seemed to enliven his own. He was not only getting used to Oliver's company, but sincerely attached to him. CHAPTER XXV. MAKING ARRANGEMENTS. N ICHOLAS BUNDY went downtown the next morning. Contrary to his usual custom, he did not invite Oliver to accompany him. "Perhaps

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you have some places to visit," he said. "If so, take the day to yourself. I shall not need you." He proceeded to the office of a well-known broker in the vicinity of Wall Street, and, entering, looked around him. His rusty appearance did not promise a profitable customer, and he had to wait some time before any attention was paid him. Finally a young clerk came to him and enquired carelessly: "Can we do anything for you this morning?" "Are you one of the proprietors?" asked Nicholas. "No," answered the young man, smiling. "I should like to see your employer, then." "I can attend to any little commission you may have," said the young man pertly. "Who told you my commission was a little one, young man?" "It seems large to him, I suppose," thought the clerk, again smiling. "If it's only a few hundred dollars――" he commenced. "I want to consult your employer about the investment of fifty thousand dollars in gold," said Nicholas deliberately. "Oh, I beg your pardon, sir," said the young man, his manner entirely altered. "I will speak to Mr. Hamlin at once." Though the broker was engaged with another person he waited upon Nicholas without delay, inviting him to take a seat in his private office. "Are you desirous of obtaining large interest, Mr. Bundy?" he asked. "No, sir; I want something solid, that won't fly away. I've worked for my money and don't want to lose it." "Precisely. Then I can recommend you nothing better than Government bonds. They pay a fair interest and the security is unquestionable." "Government bonds will suit me," said the miner. "You may buy them." The purchase was made and Nicholas enquired: "What shall I do with them? I don

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