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Mark is allowed to sleep the night on the ferry. He awakens at six the next morning and gets off the ferry in New York, wondering about Mother Watson. She'd probably beat him harder for not having come home. Mark realizes that he doesn't have to live with her. He could stay on his own and keep his money. When he finds the two half dollars in his pocket, he decides that he won't return to Mother Watson.

Mark meets Ben and tells him how he had spent the night and that he isn't going back to Mother Watson. Mark says he will loan Ben the money for breakfast and the two boys go to eat.

In Chapter Ten the boys discuss Mark's situation. Mark uses the half dollars to purchase matches which he begins to sell...

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