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way through the town-the gipsies are moving to-day. I was standing at the front door when I saw the Lees' caravan stop at the gate. The blinds of the house were all down then, but a minute later a servant pulled up those in the dining-room, and after that came and opened the front door, and Peter Perry was close behind her. The instant he showed himself Bounce uttered a yell, broke away from Moses Lee, and simply went off his head-oh, it was a sight ! First Bounce jumped around Peter like a mad thing, barking with joy, then, when he had quieted down, Peter took him up in his arms and kissed and hugged him, andyes, really almost cried over him!'
!Poor boy!' exclaimed Mrs Burford, whilst tears of sympathy shone in Nellie's blue eyes. ' Where was the dog found?' she inquired.
I In a rabbit burrow, Mother,' Tom replied.
He flushed scarlet as he spoke, and hung his head. For a minute he hesitated, then, in a few halting sentences, he explained how he had seen and left Bounce in the woods, and told of his interview with the gipsy on the preceding day.
' I think it would have been only kind if you

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