A-Apple-Pie & Other Nursery Tales

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The Three Bears.
self ill quite a lonely place, and there she saw a snug little house, in which three Bears lived; but they were not then at home. The door and the par­lour window being open, Silver-Locks peeped in, and soon found the place was empty; so the saucy puss made up her mind to go in boldly, and look all about the place, little thinking what sort of folks lived there.
Now the three Bears had gone out to take a walk, a little while before this. The biggest of them was the Papa Bear, who had a very rough coat, and was named Mr. Bruin. The next Bear in size was his wife, called Mammy Muff, from her smooth skin; and the