THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER - online book

Original Illustrated Version By Mark Twain

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said: " Tom, we can slope, if we can find a rope. The window ain't high from the ground."
" Shucks, what do you want to slope for? "
Well I ain't used to that kind of a crowd. I can't stand it. I ain't going down there, Tom."
"O, bother! It ain't anything. I don't mind it a bit. I'll take care of you."
Sid appeared.
" Tom," said he, " Auntie has been waiting for you all the afternoon. Mary got your Sunday clothes ready, and everybody's been fretting about you. Say—ain't this grease and clay, on your clothes?"
" Now Mr. Siddy, you jist 'tend to your own business. What's all this blow­out about, anyway ?"
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