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TOM MEETS THE DWARF

should say, he belongs to all of us; he's a sort of family dog. I say, you're fond of dogs, aren't you? Tim wouldn't make friends with you if you weren't.'
The dwarf smiled, whilst his eyes-bright, dark eyes they were-twinkled. All his wrinkles were kindly ones, Tom noticed, and his smile was eloquent of good humour. ` I'm fond of dogs and children,' he answered, 'more especially of dogs, for their instinct always teaches them to trust me. With children it's different; they're afraid of dwarfs, most of 'em.'
` You weren't here last year, were you ?' questioned Tom. ` If so, I didn't see you, and I saw nearly all the shows. There was a dwarf here, but--'
'Oh, I know all about him" broke in the little man, in a disparaging tone ; he's an inch and a half taller than I am. He won't come this year, you'll find ; it would be no good if he did, with me to compete against. I'm the smallest dwarf in Europe-1 should beat Tom Thumb if lie was living now, for I'm an eighth of an inch less in height than lie used to be.'
'Really?' said Tom, politely, though secretly much amused.
` Yes, really,' added the dwarf. ` I'm Tiny

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