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THE GIPSIES' ENCAMPMENT

tears in his eyes as he spoke. ' How could I tell what sort of boy you were ?'
I You might have seen, I should havethought!'
'Oh, but surely you know--' Peter was saying eagerly, when the two dogs, which had been regarding each other with hostile glances, began to snarl. I Oh, they're going to fight again!' he exclaimed; I what can we do?'
I You'd better go on,' Tom said, gripping Tim by the collar; ' I couldn't hold my dog if he struggled much-he's awfully strong. Don't wait any longer ! Go on-do go on!'
Thus adjured, Peter did go on, and in a very few minutes disappeared, with Bounce, around the turn leading from the lane into the road.
'Well, that is the most extraordinary boy I have ever met,' Tom reflected, as, having released Tim, he went along the lane; I the idea of his pretending he didn't recognise me in the town, or to-day either until I spoke ! I don't think he can be quite right in his head.'
By and by he came to a five-barred gate. It was locked, but he climbed over it and crossed two grass fields to a wood beyond. Through the wood he went, and into the road which passed by Hatwell Green. Five minutes later he had reached the gipsies' encampment.

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