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TOM MEETS THE DWARF

` I see. Well, it can do no harm your mentioning the child to him.'
` That's what I think ! Oh, I do hope the weather will clear by to-morrow !'
Tom had his wish, for the following morning gave promise of a perfect day. The rain clouds had all dispersed during the night, so that the sun rose in a sky of cloudless blue. Directly after breakfast Tom set out,with Tim,towalk to Hatwell Green ; his most direct way out of the town was to pass through the Market Square, and ten minutes after he had left home found him there, lingering to look about him.
It was very quiet in the Square this morning. The vans belonging to the menagerie were still covered ; but, as Tom strolled around them, he heard various sounds from within, the chattering of monkeys, and the low growls of tigers and lions. Of course, he could not see any of the wild animals, he hadnot expected that he would; but, on turning his back on the menagerie his attention was attracted by the quaint little figure of a man seated on the top step at the back of a bright green caravan, reading a newspaper, and his eyes sparkled with interest and excitement. ` A dwarf!' he exclaimed, under his breath, and stopped to look at him. The

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