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PART II - CHAPTER IV
KISS WHEN SHE 'S RIPE FOR TEARS

'Now then, no more on it-let 's 'a'e thee down here, an' no more messin' about!'
The boy tried to creep over the ridge of the roof and escape down the other side. Immediately the brat:; rushed round yelling to the other side of the row, and pieces of red-burnt gravel began to fly over the roof. Sam crouched against the chimney.
`Got 'im!' yelled one little devil. `Got 'im! Hi-go again!'
A shower of stones came down, scattering the women and the policeman. The mother rushed from the house and made a wild onslaught on the throwers. She caught one, and flung him down. Immediately the rest turned and aimed their missiles at her. Then George and the policeman and I dashed after the young wretches, and the women ran to see what happened to their offspring. We caught two lads of fourteen or so, and made the policeman haul them after us. The rest fled.
When we returned to the field of battle, Sam had gone too.
` If .'e 'asna slived off!' cried the woman with a squint. `But I'll see him locked up for this.'
At this moment a band of missioners from one of the chapels or churches arrived at the end of the row, and the little harmonium began to bray, and the place vibrated with the sound of a woman's powerful voice, propped round by several others, singing:
'At even ere the sun was set '
Everybody hurried towards the new noise, save the policeman with his captives, the woman with the squint, and the woman with the family comb. I told the limb of the law he 'd better get rid of the two boys and find out what mischief the others were after.
Then I inquired of the woman with the squint what was the matter.
'Thirty-seven young uns 'an we 'ad from that doe, an' there's no knowin' 'ow many more, if they 'adn't a-gone an' ate-n 'er,' she replied, lapsing, now her fury was spent into sullen resentment.
`An' niver a word should we 'a' known,' added the familycomb-bearer, `but for that blessed cat of ourn, as scrat it up.'

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