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I told him that what I wanted was his cob, and that it was no use his trying to hoodwink me by pretending he was one of my sort, because I knew very well that he was not; at which he shrugged again, and slowly dismounted, after offering me his money, of which I took half.
You don't understand that what imposes on common folk would never hoodwink an editor.
And yet you found it a perfectly simple matter to hoodwink me whenever you chose