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` Hasn't she any relations ?' inquired Peter.
'None that I know of, sir. I didn't know much of her father-he was a gypsy and died as the result of an accident. My wife and I took the child out of pure good-nature.'
` Why did you keep her without her breakfast ? ' questioned Tom.
`For punishment, sir,' P1ax Sordello answered promptly; ` she had disobeyed and defied my wife, and deserved to be punished. She might have had her breakfast if she would have promised to be good, but she wouldn't.'
The boys were extremely puzzled. In their hearts they believed that Grace had been badly treated, but Max Sordello spoke so plausibly that they began to think it was possible that the little girl might have given trouble, and reflected that it certainly had been very kind of the lion-trainer and his wife to adopt her.
` Well, she's not hungry now,' Tom said, ` and I hope your wife won't be hard on her when she gets home; I know your wife is rough with her-I was in the Market Square when the row was going on between them not an hour ago.'
` My wife may be a little heavy-handed, but she wonldii't hurt the child,' Max Sordello

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