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A Collection of Illustrated classic fairy tales for children by Andrew Lang

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70                    'A LONG-BOW STORY'
said the bunniah, with the calmness of despair, as he remembered that by his own arrangement he was bound to give the farmer a hundred rupees.
And to this day they say in those parts, when a man owes a debt: ' Give me the money ; or, if not that, give me at least the wheat.'
[This is from oraT tradition.]
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