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THE SEA BELL

this well, you can see it for yourself-it is still there by the pretty little church at Saint-Georges.
Well, that's how the Sea came to be the bell-ringer at Saint-Georges; from time to time the bell would ring out as the water in the well rose and fell with the tides.
Ding-dong ! Ding-a-ding-dong ! Dingding ... ding ! And with the spring tides, of course, the bell rang out twice as merrily.
After that, the bell would be silent until the next tide.
The townsfolk were very pleased with their sea-bell, and they sent for a priest for their new church.
" And what do you think of our bellringer?" they asked him.
" Well, it's a very clever idea," answered the priest. "A marvellous plan....
" But unfortunately, the Sea only rings the bell when he feels like it, and often

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