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Tom laughed and obeyed. He assured Tim he wouldn't hurt him, whereupon the little dog bounded up to him, and was petted and forgiven. After that Bounce was forgiven, too.
Peter would have lent Tom the very best coat he possessed, but Tom declined it, and insisted on borrowing an old one, in which, he declared, he would be far more comfortable. It fitted him very well, for he and the blind boy were much of a size, so that Miss Perry did not notice it was her nephew's till Peter drew her attention to it, and explained what had happened. She said little then, but her look was eloquent of the deepest gratitude as it rested on her young visitor, and when, a short while after tea, Mr Burford called for his son, she drew him apart from the boys and talked to him earnestly for a long while.
'What was Miss Perry saying to you, Father?' Tom inquired, with his customary curiosity as, later, lie and Mr Burford walked home together. ~ Was it about our adventure this afternoon ? '
Mr Burford assented. 'She wishes to give you a new coat,' he replied, smiling. ` I said " No " at first, but my refusal seemed to hurt

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