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AN UNEXPECTED CALL

He took his cap from one of his coat-pockets, where he often kept it, put it on his head, and walked away in the direction of the country, never pausing till he found himself in the wood through which he had passed with Tim but a few hours before. There he flung himself full length on the mossy ground under the welcome shade of a huge beech tree, and gave himself up to nursing his grievances. He felt exceedingly annoyed with Nellie.
` And I had intended to spend the whole afternoon with her, and to be as nice and kind to her as I could possibly be,' he reflected; ` but of course she didn't know that. I wonder what she'll talk about to those Perrys ! Oh, dear, I do wish I had Tim with me for company ; he's with Mother, I expect.'
It was a very hot afternoon, and by and by Tom began to feel very drowsy. His eyes had closed, and he was nearly asleep when the excited ` Yap, yap, yap!' of a dog sounded not far distant, and he sat up quickly, suddenly very wide awake indeed. Could it be Tim he heard? No, that was not Tim's voice, but one much deeper. Nearer it caine, then a rabbit scudded close by him, pursued by an Irish terrier-no other than Peter Perry's dog, Bounce.

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