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LD NCE ona time,[ [M rs. Pig,dressed in herred cloak andbordered cap,called heryoung familyof three littlepigs aroundher.ASTERHodgelooked"on and leanthis round redface againstthe palings;Mrs. Pig tookno notice ofhim, but toldthe three little,tiny pigs shewished them[to go into theworld andseek theirown fortunes..X~~~7===]
HE threetiny pigseach wenthis own way.The elder tinypig met awoodmanwith two bun-dles of sticks,and said,'Give mesome sticksto build ahouse.' Hegave him abundle.EXT day,a wolfknockedat the door,and said,Tiny pig,tiny pig, letme come in.''No, no, bythe hair on mychinny, chin,chin.' ThenI'll huff, andI'll puff, andblow yourhouse in,' saidthe wolf, andhe did so.'l
... .... .: eldestmet~ tiny pig .met a manwith furze, andsaid, 'Giveme some furzeto build ahouse,' and hegavehimsomefurze to builda house with:Nthe nextday, wolfknockedat the door,and said,Tiny pig,tiny pig, letme come in.''No, no, bythe hair on mychinny, chin,chin.' I willhuff, and I'llpuff, and blowyourhouse in.'And so he didand ate himup._ _.I ....i
- 1--~~~~~~~ I I I IWOLF, find-ing hecould notblowthe brickhouse in.asked piggyto go to theGolden Fair.'Oh yes, Ishould like togo to the fair,'said tiny pig.i ^ J I I callIcl at teno'clock.' saidthe wolf; butpiggy startedearly, andbought a bar-rel. Seeingwolf, he gotinto it; itrolled downthe hill, whichso frightenedwolf, that heran away andleft. his hatflying in theair.; I-I
f-^ NOCKINGII at theI door nextmorning, wolfsaid. 'Tinypig, tiny pig,let me comein.' No, no,by the hair onmy chinny,chin, chin.'AID' rthewolf, Ijwill comeydown thechimney.'Tinypig madea large fire.Wolf calleddown thechimney-pot,'Tiny pig,tiny pig, letme come in.''No, no, bythe hair onmy chinny,chin, chin.'Wolf camedown thechimney headfirst, and wasburnt to death:f-idt, wth
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