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1  The dear child is still asleep.
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2  Drink it off, like a good child.
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3  Nay, my child, do not go like that.
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4  We had now to decide what we were to do with the child, and so consulted about it.
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5  I could not pity her, for I knew now what had become of her child, and she was better dead.
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6  If my ears did not deceive me there was a gasp and a low wail, as of a half-smothered child.
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7  One more so small child was missing, and we find it, thank God, unharmed amongst the graves.
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8  Come, I tell you what I propose: first, that we go off now and see that child in the hospital.
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9  I have left to me neither chick nor child; all are gone, and in my will I have left you everything.
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10  I fear that to-morrow will end our watching, for the shock has been too great; the poor child cannot rally.
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11  These fancies to stray are most dangerous; and if the child were to remain out another night, it would probably be fatal.
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12  She trembled a little, and clung to me; when I told her to come at once with me home she rose without a word, with the obedience of a child.
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13  Dr. Vincent, of the North Hospital, where the papers say the child is, is friend of mine, and I think of yours since you were in class at Amsterdam.
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14  I heard the rustle of actual movement where I had first seen the white figure, and coming over, found the Professor holding in his arms a tiny child.
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15  I feared that the heavy odour would be too much for the dear child in her weak state, so I took them all away and opened a bit of the window to let in a little fresh air.
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16  If we were to take it to a police-station we should have to give some account of our movements during the night; at least, we should have had to make some statement as to how we had come to find the child.
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17  She says that as a child she used to walk in her sleep, and that when in Whitby the habit came back, and that once she walked out in the night and went to East Cliff, where Miss Murray found her; but she assures me that of late the habit has not returned.
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