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There was a general laugh at this, but Zingra was quite serious. Tom, intensely amused, answered gaily: ` Very well, then. That's settled. Good-bye everybody!'
He did not speak to Tim again, but scarcely had he taken half-a-dozen steps when there was an outcry from Zingra. Tim, the moment he had seen his master turn his back on the Green, had struggled himself free ; he now bounded up to Tom and jumped against him in a state of great excitement.
`Down, Tim, down!' cried Tom, laughing delightedly, and caressing the little animal. ` So you won't stay with the gipsies ? Not likely ! I didn't think you would, my boy!'
There were two ways back to Chilaton, one way across country by which Tom had come, the other by road, and the little boy chose to return by the latter. His conversation with Mrs Lee had quite dismissed Peter Perry from his mind for the time, but as he neared Halcyon Villa his thoughts reverted to him.
He was close to the big iron gates when he heard voices in the garden within, and caught the words: ` Yes, I know Bounce would not be likely to lead you into danger, but please don't go away from the house again without

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either myself or one of the servants is with you.'
` Oh, all right, Aunt Harriet,' Peter's voice answered submissively, ` I didn't intend to have been away so long. I'll keep in the garden in future.'
` Wants a nurse to look after him, evidently,' Tom said to himself as he passed on, ` and he's as old as I am, I should think ! What a mollycoddle the fellow must be!'

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