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THE BEGINNING OF THE HOLIDAYS

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` Hush!' whispered Mrs Burford, blinking away her tears, and hastily restarting her work, ` here she comes! Well, Nellie, my dear!'
The door had opened to admit a little girl, followed by a small, smooth-haired fox-terrier. She crossed the room to her mother's side, where she seated herself on a stool, leaning her curly golden head against the arm of her mother's chair ; she was a very pretty child, nearly two years younger than Tom, but whereas six months before she had been full of merriment and high spirits, she was now,

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