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and his kind heart swelled with pity as he thought of her terror of Hero and the heartlessness of those who, for the sake of gain, meant to make a public exhibition of her with the lion, against her will.
` What a miserable life you must have had travelling about with that menagerie!' he remarked by and by. ` I saw Mr Dumbell this morning, and spoke to him. I call him a very rough, ill-mannered man.' And forthwith he gave her an account of the scene between Mr Dumbell and Tiny .Tim, to which she listened with a pained expression on her pale little countenance.
`Oh, poor Mr Rumbelow !' she sighed, when he had finished speaking. ` He was anxious about me: that was why lie was under the van, listening. Both Mr and Mrs Rumbelow have always been very, very kind to me, and now, perhaps, I shall never see them again.'
` You don't think of going back, Grace?'
'No, no, no ! As soon as the rain stops I must go on.'
'It is stopping. The storm is passing, but it will soon be night. The evenings are growing very short now.'
` Never mind. I'll walk on till I come to a

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