Bibliotheca Hagiographica Graeca (BHG), Vol. I: by Halkin, Francois

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Beyond lay the rushing trams and cabs and the high, blue sky of York. I made for the middle doors, and there I coincided with the Chief, who was coming in, but before I could speak to him, the station runner came up. The runners were generally just ‘The Lad’, but the better – or better liked – ones would graduate to a name, and this one was William, and was famed for the speed with which he charged about the place. ’ ‘Signed up this morning, sir,’ said William, and he was out through the doors.

They do not talk to each other very much, but play their snooker and cards, and sit and smoke. They all understand each other perfectly, and without need of conversation. They have all been ‘through it’, over there in France, even though they were not all in the same places. Those who have not been there cannot possibly be expected to understand. Well, on that rather gloomy note, I think I will close, dear. I also think I am about to be ejected by the Matron here, a woman called Oldfield, who looks just as you would expect from that name.

And I believe she half knew. ’ The wife was gathering up the bulbs, not satisfied with the run. ’ No reply. She threw the bulbs again – another roll of the dice. She looked up and said, ‘What are you going to do, Jim? ’ ‘And is this man Gordon joining up? ’ ‘Well he’s got a railway to run. ’ ‘Audrey? ’ she said, brushing her skirts and rising to her feet. ’ We walked over our lawn, which was too big, and stood before our house, which was likewise, but rather tumbled-down. At first we’d rented it, but the wife had insisted on buying it, which she managed at a knock-down price, her perpetual aim being to keep up with the other socialist ladies, who were all rich.

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