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Master Zakuto, "his tone almost entreated," I should make it worth your while to say Gama would return? "
Now, if you cared to apply, Mr. Wilson, you would just walk in; but perhaps it would hardly be worth your while to put yourself out of the way for the sake of a few hundred pounds. '
Your consistency shall not be endangered till it is made clearly worth your while to abandon this canaille, whom you have so unaccountably taken it into your head to endeavour to raise to the rank of Men in the scale of creation.
'But,' added Clarence Hervey, 'you will perhaps, sir, think it worth your while to see the picture of which I speak; you can see it at Mr F — 's, the painter, in Newman-street; and I will accompany you thither whenever you please.'