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The lumber shanty

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By and by we were come from the tent to this lumber shanty . It has got a divide in it. One room we do have sleeps in. In the other room we do have breakfast and supper. Back of the house are some nice wood-rats. The most lovely of them all is Thomas Chatterton Jupiter Zeus . By the woodshed is a brook. It goes singing on. Its joy song does sing in my heart. Under the house live some mice. I give them bread-scraps to eat. Under the steps lives a toad. He and I -- we are friends. I have named him. I call him Lucian Horace Ovid Virgil .
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