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A passing wagon

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We went on in a slow way. I did look looks about. And there were birds -- robins and two bluebirds and more larks of the meadow and other crows like unto Lars Porsena of Clusium . When we was come to another bend in the road , William Shakespeare made a stop. I made a slide off. I went to pick him some grass. A wagon went by. Two horses were in front of it, and on its high seat was a man with his hat on sideways and a woman with a big fascinator most hiding her face. There was seven children in the wagon -- two with sleeps upon them and a little girl with a tam-o'-shanter and a frown and a cape on her. I have thinks from the looks on their faces they all did have wants to get soon to where they were going to.
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