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A cap for riding in

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Then I went to get the cap of the husband of Dear Love . The husband of Dear Love has given me one of his old caps to carry some of my pets in. Sometimes caterpillars do ride in it -- black and brown ones that do roll up in a ball and sleep the all of the time that I have them out for a walk. And sometimes Felix Mendelssohn and Nannerl Mozart and Louis II, le Grand Condé , do all ride in it. It is a nice warm place for them to ride when we do go on winter walks. But mostly Louis II, le Grand Condé, has prefers to ride in the sleeves of my warm red dress.
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