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AN UNEXPECTED CALL

'I wanted her to give me the character of a servant, Jane Fry, who has offered herself to me as a plain cook. Please tell your Mother I will write.'
I Oh, yes, I will ! I knew Jane was looking out for a situation as a cook. She thinks she should be earning higher wages than we pay her, and Mother thinks so, too. I'm so sorry Mother isn't here, but she won't be away long, I know. Wouldn't you like to come in and wait for her ? '
Miss Perry thanked Nellie for her suggestion, and said that she would. Accordingly, she and her nephew, both looking very smiling, entered the house. As Nellie ushered them along the passage and into the little used drawing-room, Tom slipped by them and out of the front door, which he closed after him with a bang.
° Nellie doesn't care how badly I'm served,' he told himself, wrathfully; I it's nothing to her how I'm slighted and insulted ! Just because Miss Perry smiled at her and spoke pleasantly, she was won over at once. She won't like it when she finds I'm gone ! Serve her right 1 Did she expect me to stay and be civil to Peter Perry, I wonder? I longed-yes, longed-to kick him out of the house!'

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