Little Lord Fauntleroy - illustrated online book

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

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166                              LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY.
It really made him feel quite agitated to speak of it. He pulled the splendid gold watch out of his pocket and opened it, and showed the inside of the case to Dick.
" ' When this you see, remem­ber me,'" he read. "That was his parting keepsake to me ' I don't want you to forget me '— those was his words — I 'd ha' remem-
"WHY, boss!" exclaimed dick, "do you know
HIM YOURSELF ? "
bered him," he went on, shak­ing his head, "if he had n't given me a thing, an' I had n't seen hide nor hair on him again. He was a companion as any man would remember."
" He was the nicest little feller I ever see," said Dick. " An' as to sand — I never seen so much sand to a little feller. I thought a
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