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The boy was sent to a private school of a high character, and Sir Peregrine was sure that he had been so sent at his own advice.
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And with these views he returned home—while Peregrine Orme at Oxford was still addicted to the hunting of rats.
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Sir Peregrine himself at this time was an old man, having passed his seventieth year.
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Young timber also throve well about the place, and in this respect Sir Peregrine was a careful landlord.
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After that such a man or woman might as well spare all speech as regards the hope of any effect on the mind of Sir Peregrine Orme.
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Luckily for Peregrine junior these days are not yet at hand, or I fear that there would be little chance for him.
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Peregrine well knew how to make himself pleasant to the old man, and when duly encouraged would always do so.
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Young Peregrine said that he thought he could, and sitting down at once he made a clean breast of it.
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Sir Peregrine did not think this at all well, but it did not appear that he himself was prepared with any immediate proposition.
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What she wanted from Sir Peregrine was countenance and absolute assistance in the day of trouble,—not advice.
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