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TOM MEETS THE DWARF

told what the dwarf had done with ` the child.'
` I haven't seen her to-day,' Tiny Jim answered. ` You are talking of Grace, I suppose?
The woman assented. 'You're not hiding her ?' she aslced. 'No? Then, what can have become of her? She knows Max wants her this morning. I'll give her something to remember by and by ! I'll '
She broke off abruptly, for the dwarf had shut the caravan door in her face, and, flinging up her head with an indignant gesture, she moved away. She had taken no notice whatever of Tom, who, finding Tiny Jim evidently had no intention of reappearing, now went home. `That Mrs Sordello is a wicked, cruel woman,' lie declared, after he had told his morning's experiences to his mother; ` you may depend upon it that poor little girl has run away.'

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