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THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS

` To thank us, he said, for our kindness to his son,' explained Mrs Burford. ` You see, Nellie dear, after you'd gone, Peter and Tom became almost inseparable, and your father took them for several outings to various places. Mr Perry realised, I expect, that Peter, being blind, is rather a charge.'
Tom's school had broken up for the Christmas holidays that afternoon, so he was able to devote the whole of his time during the next few days to his sister. They had many confidences to exchange and matters of interest only to themselves to discuss, and their Christmas presents to purchase, so they were very busy and happy. One afternoon, on coming home, after having spent a couple of hours in looking into shop windows, they found their parents in earnest conversation in the sitting-room, and heard Mrs Burford say as they entered the room: ` Oh, do let me tell them!'
'Yes, certainly,' Mr Burford answered ; adding, ` Your mother has good news for you, children.'
` Mr Perry has been here : he and Peter arrived last night,' Airs Burford said eagerly, ` and he has offered your father a responsible

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