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on his backward journey, which he made as quickly as possible. On his arrival at home Nellie met him at the front door, a flush of excitement on her cheeks: ` Oh, Tom, here you are at last! ' she cried; ` where have you been all the morning? I've been out with Mother, and what do you think? Peter Perry has lost his dog. There are notices in a lot of shop windows saying so, and offering a pound reward to any one who finds him, and-oh, you know all about it.'
'I've seen Peter Perry, and he told me,' Tom replied, gloomily; ` he's awfully cut up.'
` Oh, he would be. What do you think can have become of Bounce?'
Tom shook his head. 'I've spent the morning in searching for him in the woods,' he said; ` but I've come across no sign of him.'
` But he mayn't have gone to the woods.'
` Oh, yes-that is, I feel sure he would. I'm afraid something must have happened to him, or he wouldn't have stayed out all night.'
` I'm afraid so, too. Oh, it's dreadful ! Poor Peter Perry ! Oh, what should we feel if we'd lost our Tim!'
Tom was so miserably unhappy thinking of Bounce that he had not the heart to go out

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