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Title The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists
Page 618
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Text the corner of Kerk Street he saw Frankie coming to meet him, and the boy catching sight of him at the same moment beganrunning and leapt into his arms with a joyous whoop.

`Mother told me to tell you to buy something for dinner before you come home, because there's nothing in the house.'

`Did she tell you what I was to get?'

She did tell me something, but I forget what it was. But I know she said to get anything you like if you couldn't get what she told me to tell you.'

`Well, we'll go and see what we can find,' said Owen.

`If I were you, I'd get a tin of salmon or some eggs and bacon,' suggested Frankie as he skipped along holding his father's hand. `We don't want anything that's a lot of trouble
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