Little Lord Fauntleroy - illustrated online book

An American boy becomes A British Earl, By Frances Hodgson Burnett

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LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY.
" An earl is — is a very important person," he began. " So is a president!" put in Ceddie. "The torch-light proces­sions are five miles long, and they shoot up rockets, and the band
the apple-woman near the park. I dare say she is of ancient lin-lenage. She is so old it would surprise you how she can stand up. She 's a hundred, I should think, and yet she is out there when it rains, even. I 'm sorry for her, and so are the other boys. Billy Williams once had nearly a dollar, and I asked him to buy five cents' worth of apples from her every day until he had spent it all. That
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