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Then to the mill they silently creptShe looked up and feigned alarmDown from the window she looked upon them unobservedNothing daunted, the millstone she held readyCame the millstone crashing over, crushing him quite flatAttached the feather to the roller and watched for the resultHe turned into a spiral form more curious than pleasantHe found the treasure, also the trapDown went the lid and caught his headRobbers reconnoitreThe faces at the windowAnnabel looks outRolls the grindstone forwardDrops it on Thomas the timidAttaches Roderick to the revolving barRoderick assumes a spiral formSancho gloats over the goldLid slammed down by Annabel, beheads himFinaleFinale
Lucerna ID 9000661

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 15 February 2020

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