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222                                WILLIAM
" HE FELL DOWN RIGHT INTO THE MIDDLE OF THE CHURCH," SAID WILLIAM. " THEY'D PUT ALL THE HASSOCKS PILED UP TOGETHER TO MAKE A NICE, SOFT PLACE ! "
gedly, " somethin' that I've always dreamed of as aŚ a sort of dream."
" 'Cause no one but him could climb so far," said William simply, " an' he couldn't get down."
" As a sort of beautiful dream," said Bert.
" B-but," said Maggie, " how'd he get food an' such like ? "
" They had to throw it up," said William. " There was a very good thrower in the village. He'd got prizes for throwing all over the country. He used to
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