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Great was old Mr. Bouncer's relief and Flopsy's joy when Peter and
Benjamin arrived in triumph with the young family. The rabbit-babies were rather tumbled and very hungry; they were fed and put
to bed. They soon recovered.
A long new pipe and a fresh supply of rabbit tobacco was presented to Mr. Bouncer. He was rather upon his dignity; but he accepted.
Old Mr. Bouncer was forgiven, and they all had dinner. Then Peter
and Benjamin told their story—but they had not waited long enough
to be able to tell the end of the battle between Tommy Brock and
Mr. Tod.