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LIFE AMONG THE LOWLY            257
A ride of about an hour more brought the party to a neat farm-house, where the weary travelers were received to an abundant breakfast. Tom Loker was soon carefully deposited in a much cleaner and softer bed than he had ever been in the habit of occupying. His wound was carefully dressed and bandaged, and he lay languidly opening and shutting his eyes on the white window-cur­tains and gently gliding figures of his sick-room, like a weary child. And here, for the present, we shall take our leave of one party.