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1  Dickon he doesn't mind th wet.
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2  Dickon's wanderin about everywhere.
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3  He's a great friend o Dickon's, said Martha.
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4  "Aye, he's a friend o yours," chuckled Dickon.
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5  Mary was most attracted by the mother and Dickon.
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6  Our Dickon can make a flower grow out of a brick walk.
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7  Then it was a serious piece of work to write to Dickon.
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8  "Aye, he knows thee," said Dickon in his low voice again.
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9  "He wouldn't come near thee if he didn't," answered Dickon.
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10  Then Mary realized that somehow she had known at first that he was Dickon.
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11  She was almost as curious about Dickon as she was about the deserted garden.
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12  Dickon saw her do it, and as she still said nothing, he began to be puzzled.
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13  "Why, our Dickon's eyes nearly started out o his head, they got that round," answered Martha.
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14  Dickon's grin spread until he seemed all wide, red, curving mouth, and he rubbed his rough head.
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15  It was really this mention of Dickon which made Mary decide to go out, though she was not aware of it.
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16  She had begun to like the garden just as she had begun to like the robin and Dickon and Martha's mother.
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17  Aye," said Dickon, as if it was the most natural thing in the world, "he's callin some one he's friends with.
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18  "If I went I should see your mother as well as Dickon," said Mary, thinking it over and liking the idea very much.
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19  Dickon looked more puzzled than ever and even rubbed his hand over his rough head again, but he answered quite good-humoredly.
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20  So she began to feel a slight interest in Dickon, and as she had never before been interested in any one but herself, it was the dawning of a healthy sentiment.
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