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-he was dreadfully cut up, poor chap, when he heard that. The fact is that neither he nor his brother ever learnt to write, so they couldn't either of them know anything about the other. It's very seldom gipsies can write or read. Mrs Lee can do both though, and she told Father that during the winter, which the Lees mean to spend at Birmingham, she would send Grace to school regularly. " I'll do my best for her in every way, sir," she said, and I'm sure she meant it.'
` Have you been to see the lions yet, Tom?' Peter inquired.
` NO,' Tom answered, ` but Father's going to take me to-night if all's well ; I particularly want to see Hero, and, if you like, I'll come again to-morrow afternoon, and tell you about him.'
` Oh, please do ! And, please, take this halfcrown and buy me some fairing. You don't mind ? '
` Not in the least. What sort of fairing do you want, and how much?'
` A pound of mixed sweets, please, with plenty of almond comfits in them.'
The following afternoon found the boys in the same position, munching almond comfits

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