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Fairy Adventures from Chronicles of Pantouflia By Andrew Lang

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248               THE GOLD OF FAIRNILEE.
Then he called to some of his men, who came into the hall, and cast down great piles of all sorts of spoil and booty, silver plate, and silken hangings, and a heap of rugs, and car­pets, and plaids, such as Randal had never seen before, for the English were much richer than the Scotch.
Randal threw himself on the pile of rugs and began to roll on it.
" Oh, mother," he cried suddenly, jumping up and looking with wide-open eyes, u there 's something living in the heap ! Perhaps it's a doggie, or a rabbit, or a kitten."
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