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THE SEA BELL

what was the matter. "Find out why the bell is ringing without me," he said.

So Glaucus took off his wig, his necklace of starfish and his seaweed c oak, and dressed himself as a sailor. He climbed out of the sea and wandered along the shore, looking for someone to tell him the news. He soon met up with a young girl who was out digging for cockles, and, being a great chatter-box, she was only too pleased to tell him all about the goingson in Saint-Georges. When Glaucus had found out what he wanted to know, he thanked her and slipped back into the sea again. He put on his wig, necklace and cloak again, and presented himself to the Sea.
" Well, my lord Sea," he said, "It seems that you are not the only bell-ringer at Saint-Georges. They have another bellringer, an old man with a funny little cap."

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