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and he went out over the hedge. I heard your dog come up and growl at him. I hope your dog is not hurt ?'
` Not much. He has a bite on one of his forelegs, I see, but that's nothing.'
Tom was beginning to be ashamed of the temper lie had shown. He could quite believe that Tim, who was always fierce to strange dogs, had been the first to show a hostile spirit.
` Oh, I am glad of that!' the dark boy said. ` What sort of dog is he, and what is his name?'
Tom was bending over Tim, examining his injury. He looked up in surprise ; then laughed rather scornfully.
` Why, he's a fox-terrier, of course!' he exclaimed; ` and nearly thoroughbred, too. His name's Tim. What do you call your dog? Oh, I remember !-Bounce.'
` Yes, Bounce. He was always a very good dog in London. My home's in London, you know. But the last few days, since I have been here with Aunt Harriet, he's given a lot of trouble : got away by himself, and not come back for hours. Aunt Harriet thinks he goes hunting in the woods.'

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