Richlun; teh next time I see um I make um aysk you. Vell, now, titn't I tunned udt?" He was happy. "Well, ask him," said the Doctor, and got away. "No fool is an utter fool," pondered the Doctor, as he went. Two friends had been kept long apart by the fear of each, lest he should seem to be setting up claims based on the past. It required a simpleton to bring them together.
Reisen, he sayss, 'toandt you aysk me te reason, ovver yoost let me co abate undt too udt! Undt I voss a coin' to kiff udt up, alretty; ovver ten cumps in Missess Reisen, who iss a heap shmarter mayn as fot Reisen iss, I yoost tell you te ectsectly troot, and she sayss, 'Reisen, you yoost tell Mr. Richlun, Mr. Richlun, you toadnt coin' to too sich a ritickliss!" The speaker paused for effect.
"You toandt kott enna verte to sendt to Mr. Richlun, Toctor!" "Yes. Tell him to come and pass an hour with me some evening in my library." The German lifted his hand in delight. "Vy, tot's yoost teh dting! Mr. Richlun alvayss pin sayin', 'I vish he aysk me come undt see um; undt I sayss, 'You holdt shtill, yet, Mr.