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` Oh, yes, I think I could!' Peter answered quickly. `'rom and I have been talking about it ; he has promised to lend me a rod and to bait the hook-I should feel in a moment if I had a bite.'
` Of course you would!' agreed Tom, looking appealingly at Miss Perry ; and he believed it, for Peter's sense of touch, like that of most blind people, was particularly acute. ` The pond is not very deep,' he added; ` 1 never heard of any one having been drowned there.'
`Do, please, let us go, Aunt Harriet!' pleaded Peter.
` No, Peter,' Miss Perry answered decidedly, ` I cannot permit it. I have quite made up my mind. If Tom wants to go fishing it must be without you ; but if, on the other hand, he would like to take you for a walk this afternoon, I shall be pleased for you to accompany him, and I hope he will return with you to tea.'
Having cut all the flowers she required, Miss Perry now left the boys and went into the house.
` What a pity she should be so nervous about you !' Tom exclaimed, with a disappointed sigh. ` Never mind,' he went on, noticing the sad

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