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The man who wears gray neckties and is kind to mice

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When we were come near the mill by the far woods , it was near gray-light-time . The lumber men were on their home way. They did whistle as they did go. Two went side by side, and three came after. And one came after all. It was the man that wears gray neckties and is kind to mice. Brave Horatius made a quick run to meet him, and I did follow after. I did have him guess what it was the fairies did bring this time. He guessed a sugarlump for William Shakespeare every day next week. I told him it wasn't a right guess. He guessed somemore. But he couldn't guess right, so I showed them all to him.
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