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as he met the wistful glance of his little sister's eyes :` I'm sorry, Nellie, but she didn't say anything about asking you to tea.'
It was between eleven and twelve o'clock that morning when Miss Perry's motor-car, with only Miss Perry and the chauffeur in it, drew up before the Burfords' house in Ladysmith Terrace. Tom had gone out to do an errand for his mother ; but Nellie was at home, lying back in her favourite hammock chair in the shady yard, her pale little face swollen with weeping ; for, since breakfast, she had been told of the change in store for her, that she was to spend three months at Broadstairs, away from her own people, and she could not reconcile herself to the idea at all. Her mother was with her when Jane came into the yard and said that Miss Perry was in the drawing-room.
`Will you come with me and see her, Nellie ? ' Mrs Burford inquired.
'No, thank you,' was the answer; ' she hasn't come to ask me to tea !'
So Mrs Burford went into the house alone. In a very short while she returned, her face lit up with a pleased smile. ` Nellie, dear,' she

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