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returned shortly after he had left the house, it appeared, and Nellie had talked to Peter whilst her mother answered the questions Miss Perry had put concerning Jane.
` I never spoke to anyone who was blind before,' Nellie observed by and by; ` I'm sure Peter Perry doesn't look blind, does he, Mother?'
` No, my dear,' Mrs Burford replied; ` his eyes are not disfigured in any way.'
` What's wrong with them?' asked Tom.
` There is something amiss with the nerves at the back of them,' Mrs Burford answered ; ` I don't quite understand what it is, but whatever it is, is incurable.'
'He will never be able to see as long as he lives,' said Nellie, very solemnly; ` he told me so himself.'
` Did he seem much cut up about it?' inquired Tom.
Nellie shook her head. ` He seemed quite bright and happy,' she said. ` I like him ever so much. He made me promise to speak to him when we meet out of doors, and, of course, I shall.'
Later, when Tom was alone with his sister, he began, with a note of severity in his voice,

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