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CHAPTER V
LOST-AND FOUND AGAIN

PETER PERRY was blind ! Tom, startled and immeasurably shocked, could scarcely credit it till his mother had added her testimony to Nellie's, and explained that the afflicted boy had been blind from birth.
'Isn't it dreadfully sad?' said Nellie, surprised at the silence with which her brother had taken the information she had given him, and little guessing the tumult of emotions which were stirring in his breast.
` Yes,' he assented, adding, ` Oh, I wish I'd known this before ! '
` I didn't tell him you believed he had kept on cutting you,' Nellie remarked; ` I thought there was no need to do that. Everything's explained now that we know he's blind.'
During tea the conversation was mostly about Miss Perry and her nephew, but Tom took little part in it. By listening he learnt all he desired to know. Mrs Burford had

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