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THE KNIGHT-ERRANT

Market Square, otherwise the boy would doubtless have whiled away the afternoon there.
Both Tom and Tim enjoyed the walk, more especially the latter, who hunted the fields on either side of the road unreproved. Their way took them through a village, where Tom expended threepence, all the money in his possession, in the purchase of halfpenny buns which, on arriving at Bellman Glen, he shared with Tim, who, from the time he had purchased them, had kept close to his side.
' There, you greedy little beast!' Tom exclaimed laughingly, as he presented his companion with the last piece of the last bun, I that's all. You've had quite as much as I have, if not more.'
Satisfied now, Tim stretched himself out on the smooth, velvety turf near the tree against the trunk of which Tom was sitting, and promptly went to sleep.
' The little beggar's tired,' Tom said to himself; ` well, we can rest a bit. It's awfully hot considering there's no sun. I think it must be thunder weather. I'm tired myself.'
But he was a boy who never could be still very long, and, in less than ten minutes after the buns had been finished, he rose and set off

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