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drew in her head. The train moved slowly out of the station, and a minute later was gone.
` Come, Tom!' said Mr Burford, touching his son on the arm.
With the dog still in his arms, Tom followed his father out of the station. In the street he set Tim down. ` I was afraid if I let him go before he might run after the train,' he explained. ` Olr, Father, won't it be strange without Nellie ? ' he sighed.
` Very strange,' Mr Burford agreed. ` Poor little maid, her greatest trial will be when she comes to say " Good-bye! " to her mother tomorrow ; she is so unaccustomed to strangers. Are you going to come with me as far as the bank ? '
` Oh, yes, Father! '
`And what will you do afterwards?'
` I thought perhaps I'd walk as far as Halcyon Villa, and ask Miss Perry to allow Peter to go somewhere with me this afternoon fishing perhaps.'
` I hope you'll not wear out your welcome at Halcyon Villa, Tom!'
`Miss Perry said she was always pleased to see me,' Tom said, eagerly. ` She is glad Peter

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