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TOM'S PRESENCE OF MIND

not at Hatwell Green when they reached there, and the only living objects to be seen were an aged donkey and half-a-dozen geese. The boys threw themselves down on the ground in the shadow of a hedge to rest, whilst they continued their conversation.
` What do you mean to be when you're a man?' Peter asked by and by.
Tom sighed. ` I'm afraid I shall have to be a clerk like Father,' he said, a distinct note of distaste in his voice.
` What would you like to be?'
` I can't make up my mind. When I was quite a little boy I wanted to be something grand--a knight-errant. Don't laugh ! '
Peter was not laughing ; on the contrary, he was very serious. ` A knight-errant ?' he said questioningly, his face full of interest.
` Yes. Mother used to tell me about knightserrant when I was a little chap. They were knights who travelled about in search of adventures, and they were always very brave men who were kind to people in trouble, and gentle with women and children, and they weren't afraid of anything. Of course there aren't any knights-errant nowadays.'
` What a pity!' exclaimed Peter regretfully.

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