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INTRODUCES THE HEROINE.

I've brought her, my boy; now wire in!" and Miss Freshwater, when it came to her turn, shook hands with an unaffected pleasure and camaraderie which would have suited Hughie better if there had been discernible upon her face what YumYum once pithily summed up as " a trace of diffidence or shyness."
Still, Huglxie was so enraptured with the vision before him that he failed to observe a small and shrinking figure which had shyly emerged from the train, and was hanging back, as if doubtful about its reception, behind Mrs Ames' skirts. Presently it detached itself and stood before Iiughie in the form of a small girl with coppery brown hair and wide grey-blue eyes.
" Joey!" shouted Hughie.
" She would come!" explained his uncle, in the resigned tones of a strong man who knows his limits.
The lady indicated advanced to Hughie's side, and, taking his hand, rubbed herself ingratiatingly against him in the inarticulate but eloquent manner peculiar to dumb animals and young children.

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