The Swoop! or How Clarence Saved England - The Original Classic Edition
by Wodehouse P
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The Swoop! or How Clarence Saved England by P. G. Wodehouse - The Original Classic Edition
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Robert FitzSimmons offered to take on any of the invading generals, or all of them, and if he didnt beat them it would only be because the referee had a wife and seven small children and had asked him as a personal favour to let himself be knocked out.
...Interviewed on the subject by representatives of the daily papers, the Government handsomely admitted that it was perhaps in some ways a silly thing to have done; but, they urged, you could not think of everything.
...When you consider that a crowd of five hundred Londoners will assemble in the space of two minutes, abandoning entirely all its other business, to watch a cab-horse that has fallen in the street, it is not surprising that the spectacle of nine separate and distinct armies in the metropolis left no room in the British mind for other reflections.
...The reply of Prince Ping Pong Pang of China was probably brilliant and scholarly, but it was expressed in Chinese characters of the Ming period, which Prince Otto did not understand; and even if he had it would have done him no good, for he tried to read it from the top downwards instead of from the bottom up.
...There had been some talk of only allowing him to come down to dessert; but he had squashed in, as he briefly put it, and it would be paltering with the truth to say that he had not had far more champagne than was good for him.
- Emereo Publishing, October 2012
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