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TOM MEETS THE DWARF

Jim ; in private life, James Augustus Rumbelow. My wife's a fat lady. We're travelling with Dumbell's menagerie, but we're a separate show-you have to pay extra to see us.'
Tom made no response to this ; he was considering whether or not he should speak to Tiny Jim about little Grace Lee.
` Of course you'll come and see " Una and the Lion," the dwarf continued; `that'll be the great draw, I expect. I hope--' He paused, sighed, then added, more as if speaking to himself than to Tom: `'rhey say there's no need to be nervous, and every precaution will be made for the child's safety-yes, yes, it'll be all right, I know!' He folded his newspaper as he spoke, and rose to his feet, his head scarcely reaching to the handle of the caravan door. Then a woman's voice from within the caravan was heard.
`James Augustus Rumbelow,' it said, `you ought to know better than to stay out there gossiping with one of the public. Come in to breakfast.'
`All right, my dear, coming!' answered
Tiny Jim ; and, having bestowed upon Tom a nod of farewell, he entered the caravan, and closed the door.

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