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The Pooka, the Good Fairy, Shorty and Slug, Jem Casey, and Sweeney arrived at the Red Swan Hotel and awaited the birth of Susan Lamont’s baby. They decided to play cards to pass the time. Slug suggested that the Good Fairy could not be trusted to play fairly and the Pooka vouched for his character. After losing the game, the Good Fairy asked to speak to the Pooka alone. In the hallway, the Good Fairy confessed that he had no money and could not pay his debts. The Pooka agreed to cover his debts and to not tell the men anything about it on the condition that the Good Fairy gave up his right to influence Susan Lamont’s child. The Good Fairy reluctantly agreed.

Later, Susan’s child joined the group. He was born as a fully-grown adult. He introduced himself...

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