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'UNA AND THE LION'

Sordello-strike the little girl, and use very bad language?' said Mr Burford, interested and concerned.
'Yes, Father, I did. She called her " a white-faced little coward," and swore at her dreadfully ; then she struck her-any one outside the caravan could have heard, but no one was there except me.'
'What had the little girl done to anger Mrs Sordello ? You have not found out that?'
'No, Father ; that is, Max Sordello said she had disobeyed and defied his wife, but I believe he was telling lies!'
Mr Burford looked doubtful. ` You cannot prove that,' he said. 'If he spoke the truth, the child deserved punishment, I dare say, though not such harsh treatment as she received - nothing would justify that. If a policeman had been in your position he would no doubt have interfered and summoned the woman for using bad language, but if you told a policeman all you've told me you couldn't prove it, and-well, in short, you can't do anything in the matter, my boy.'
` It's dreadful to think such a little girl should be treated so badly!' Tom cried in indignant accents, ` a little girl no bigger than our Nellie!

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