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Help from the fairies

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The man upon the horse was the man that wears gray neckties and is kind to mice. He did seem most glad that we were on the road he was on. He did breathe some satisfaction breathes just like Sadie McKibben does when she finds I haven't broken my bones when I fall out of a tree. Then he made begins. He said, "The fairies -- " And I said, "What?" He said, "The fairies have left a note on a leaf in the moss-box by the old log. It was a note for me to go until I find you and William Shakespeare -- to bring you home again before starlight-time ."
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