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AN UNEXPECTED CALL

private with his wife, and he told Tom that it had been decided that Nellie was to go to Broadstairs, if possible, in September.
` I shall return and spend the afternoon with her, now,' Tom said to himself, as soon as he had parted from his father at the bank door. ` Oh, how dreadfully we shall miss her when she's gone!'
A quarter of an hour later Nellie, who had settled herself in an easy chair close to the window in the sitting-room, so that she could see the passers-by in the street, perceived her brother hurrying along towards home. The first glimpse of his countenance, which she could read like an open book, told her that something had happened to rouse his naturally quick temper, and she looked at him with an expression of inquiry in her eyes when, a very few minutes later, he burst noisily into her presence. 'He's done it again!' he cried; `yes, he's actually dared-dared to do it again ! This time I met him face to face-I was so close to him that I could have touched him!'
` Him? Who?' questioned Nellie. 'Oh, do you mean that boy, Peter Perry?' There was sudden understanding in her tone.
` Of course I do! No one but Peter Perry

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