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'You'll have some tea, Eleanor,' she said.
'Oh, I don't care,' said she; though in fact she must have been very hungry, for she had eaten nothing at Ullathorne.
Mary quietly made the tea, and buttered the bread, laid aside the cloak, and made things look comfortable.
'He's fast asleep,' said she, 'you're very tired; let me take him up to bed.'
But Eleanor would not let her sister touch him. She looked wistfully at her baby's eyes, saw that they were lost in the deepest slumber, and then made a sort of couch for him on the sofa. She was determined that nothing should prevail upon her to let him out of her sight that night.
'Come, Nelly,' said Mary, 'don't be cross with me. I at least have done nothing to offend you.'
'Are you angry then? Surely you can't be angry with me.'
'No, I an't angry; at least not with you.'
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