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'You know my Uncle Moses?' questioned Grace, wonderingly.
` Yes ! And he's a jolly, kind fellow. He has a wife and a little daughter-younger than you-called Zingra. They've a beautiful yellow and red caravan, and it's at Hatwell Green now. Come, I'll take you to Mrs Lee. She'll look after you, and when she hears about Hero, I know that, whatever happens, she won't let the Sordellos get hold of you again.'
'Where is Hatwell Green?' Grace asked, rising with some difficulty, for her limbs were stiff and aching. An eager light was shining in her dark eyes.
` About a mile from here. Oh, good ! The rain's stopped altogether. We have to cross the field to reach the road.'
This they did, getting themselves wet nearly to the knees, for the meadow had become a swamp with the heavy rain, and the grass was very long. Grace was shivering and complaining of being cold before they had gone far on the road.
` Is it much farther?' she asked, when they had walked about half a mile.
` A good bit farther,' Tom was obliged to admit.

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