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1  "Hamilton," said Master Freddie.
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2  Master Freddie sat up with a start.
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3  "This's the dinin room," observed Master Freddie.
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4  "There's a button here, ole sport," said Master Freddie.
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5  Jurgis hesitated, giving a glance at Freddie, who was snoring softly.
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6  Then Freddie gave a number on the Lake Shore Drive, and the carriage started away.
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7  "Freddie" got one bill loose, and then stuffed the rest back into his trousers' pocket.
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8  So they had left Freddie all alone, and he with less than two thousand dollars in his pocket.
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9  "Yes, sir," he said, at which Master Freddie hung tightly upon Jurgis's neck and went into a fit of laughter.
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10  The stately butler bowed his head, but made not a sound; and suddenly Master Freddie pointed an eager finger at him.
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11  "Lights," commanded Master Freddie; and the butler pressed a button, and a flood of brilliant incandescence streamed from above, half-blinding Jurgis.
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12  The man in livery had moved silently toward them; Master Freddie took off his hat and handed it to him, and then, letting go of Jurgis' arm, tried to get out of his overcoat.
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13  Master Freddie stood for a moment or two, gazing about him; then out of the next room a dog emerged, a monstrous bulldog, the most hideous object that Jurgis had ever laid eyes upon.
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