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Now tell me all you said to Peter Perry, Nellie. Did you mention that shilling?'
` Yes,' she admitted, ` I did, because I wanted to hear what he had to say. I told him how upset you had been about it, and he was awfully, awfully sorry-you thought he was, didn't you ? Of course, if he had seen you it wouldn't have happened-he wouldn't have dreamed of giving you money, I mean. He said he'd like to be friends with us, if we didn't mind, and I promised to speak to you about it. The next time you meet him do tell him you're willing to be friends!'
` Perhaps I will. What else did he talk about?'
` Oh, about dogs, and motor-cars, and-and I told him I'd never ridden in a motor-car in my life, and I believe he's going to ask his aunt to take me for a drive in hers one day-he said he would. Then he told me about himself. He has no sisters or brothers, and his mother's dead, but he has a father who's coming to fetch him at the end of September. He says it's dull visiting at Halcyon Villa, though his aunt is very, very kind to him, but she's so afraid some harm will come to him that she will hardly let him out of her sight. So it was just

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