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The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood T

The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood T


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Published by: penol on Jan 16, 2009
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a chamber had been hewn, the entrance being barred by a

massive oaken door two palms’-breadth in thickness,

studded about with spikes, and fastened with a great

padlock. This was the treasure house of the band, and

thither Robin Hood went and, unlocking the door,

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The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood

entered the chamber, from which he brought forth a bag

of gold which he gave to Little John, to pay Hugh

Longshanks withal, for the cloth of Lincoln green.

Then up got Little John, and, taking the bag of gold,

which he thrust into his bosom, he strapped a girdle about

his loins, took a stout pikestaff full seven feet long in his

hand, and set forth upon his journey.

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