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On the third morning Bill, who had conquered his fear sufficiently to give him water occasionally, called softly to us. “Come and look at him,” said he. ” said the cook, with a shudder. ” said Bill, blankly. As he spoke the man's eyes seemed to get softer and more life-like, and he looked at us piteously and helplessly. From face to face he gazed in mute inquiry, and then, striking his chest feebly with his fist, uttered two words. We looked at each other blankly, and he repeated them eagerly, and again touched his chest.

He rushed off again, puffing and blowing his 'ardest, in such a hurry that he forgot to give George the money for the tickets. However, George borrowed a pencil of Mrs. Mitchell in the train, and put down on paper 'ow much they cost, and Mrs. Mitchell said if George didn't like to remind 'im she would. They left young Ted and Charlie to stay near the station when they got to the Palace, Uncle Joe 'aving forgotten to say where he'd meet 'em, but train arter train came in without 'im, and at last the two boys gave it up.

You know well enough,” retorted the constable. ” “You be careful wot you're saying,” urged Mr. Grummit. “Why, I love flowers. ” “You know all about it,” said the constable, choking. ” said Mr. Grummit. ” “Never you mind the time,” said the other. “Cos it's important,” said Mr. Grummit. “My wife's brother—the one you're so fond of—slept in my 'ouse last night. ” “If I wasn't a policeman,” said Mr. ” “If you wasn't a policeman,” said Mr. ” The two men eyed each other wistfully, loth to part. “If I gave you what you deserve I should get into trouble,” said the constable.

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