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TOM'S PRESENCE OF MIND

` Yes, it's a great pity,' he went on; ` for you would have made a very good knight-errant.'
`Oh, I don't know about that!' Tom replied modestly, though secretly flattered.
` Oh, yes, you would!' Peter persisted, ` for you are very brave, you don't seem afraid of anything or any one, and you'd always be kind to people in trouble if you could. You'd give a lot, I know, to be able to help poor little Grace Lee, wouldn't you ? '
` It makes me furious to think of that great fat Mrs Sordello, with her ugly purple face, hitting her about and swearing at her!' cried Tom. 'Of course I'd help her if I could!'
Peter nodded. ` Yes,' he said, 'of course you would. But a great many people wouldn't bother about her at all. Oh, I consider it was splendid of you to speak to Max Sordello in the way you did!" Don't you dare be rough with her! " you said, and you can't think how awfully stern your voice sounded.'
`I felt so angry with the brute, Peter; he'd got hold of the poor little thing's arm and was hurting it. The more I think of him the more I feel sure he told us lies this morning, and that Grace spoke the truth.'
` I told Aunt Harriet about her,' said Peter ;

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