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GREAT AMERICAN AUTHORS
LITTLE DAFFYDOWNDILLY

to make hay while the sun shone. Now, strange to say, the figure and features of this old farmer were precisely the same as those of old Mr. Toil, who, at that very moment, must have been just entering his schoolroom.
"Don't be afraid," said the stranger. "This is not Mr. Toil, the schoolmaster, but a brother of his, who was bred a farmer; and people say he is the more disagreeable man of the two. However, he won't trouble you, unless you become a laborer on the farm."
Little Daffydowndilly believed what his companion said, but was very glad, nevertheless, when they were out of sight of the old farmer who bore such a singular resemblance to Mr. Toil. The two travelers had gone but little farther, when they came to a spot where some carpenters were erecting a house. Daffydowndilly begged his companion to stop for a moment; for it was a very pretty sight to see how neatly the carpenters did their work, with their broad-axes, and saws, and planes, and hammers, shaping out the doors, and putting in the window-sashes, and nailing on the clapboards; and he could not help thinking that he should like to take a broad-ax, a saw, a plane, and a hammer, and build a little house for himself. And then, when he should have a house of his own, old Mr. Toil would never dare to molest him.
But just while he was delighting himself with this idea., little Daffydowndilly beheld something that rrlade him catch hold of his companion's hand, all in a fright.
" Make haste. Quick, quick!" cried he. "There he is again! "
"Who?" asked the stranger, very quietly.
" Old Mr. Toil," said Daffydowndilly, trembling. "There! he that is overseeing the carpenters. "Tis my old schoolmaster, as sure as I'm alive!"
The stranger cast his eves where Daffydowndilly pointed

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