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` Oh, I hope so,' Mrs Burford replied. She spoke with a smile and in a cheerful tone, but her glance as it rested on her little daughter showed anxiety to Tom's sharp, watchful eyes.
Nellie was looking very pale and languid this morning, and did not in the least mind having to remain indoors. Breakfast over, Tom said he would walk to the bank with his Father, and soon afterwards the pair set off together, accompanied by the ever-ready Tim.
` Father,' began the boy, as soon as they had left the house, ` I believe you're worried about Nellie, aren't you?'
` Yes, Tom, I am,' Mr Burford replied. ` Don't alarm yourself,' he continued hastily, for Tom had suddenly become quite white. ` I don't think she's actually ill, but you know that illness of hers pulled her down dreadfully, and-well, she's a frail little thing, and she doesn't pick up strength so quickly as we hoped she would.'
` I know what Dr Brewer will say when he sees her,' Tom said in a troubled tone; ` he'll say, as he did before, that she ought to go to the seaside for a change.'
Mr Burford nodded. ` Yes, I quite expect that will be it,' he agreed. ` If he does, we

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