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Sometimes the wind sounded rather like a child crying, but presently Mistress Mary felt quite sure this sound was inside the house, not outside it.
While they were doing this they discovered a lot of new and wonderful things that the pirates must have stolen from other ships: Kashmir shawls as thin as a cobweb, embroidered with flowers of gold; jars of fine tobacco from Jamaica; carved ivory boxes full of Russian tea; an old violin with a string broken and a picture on the back; a set of big chess-men, carved out of coral and amber; a walking-stick which had a sword inside it when you pulled the handle; six wine-glasses with turquoise and silver round the rims; and a lovely great sugar-bowl, made of mother o' pearl.
And when she had washed up on the third night she bit the third nut, and there was a still more beautiful dress inside that was made of pure gold.
But when it was now time for dinner, and the flock of sheep and goats had come into the town from all the country round, {140} with their shepherds as usual, then Medon, who was their favourite servant, and who waited upon them at table, said, "Now then, my young masters, you have had enough sport, so come inside that we may get dinner ready.
Mr Glass's hat," said the doctor, returning with it and peering into the inside with a pocket lens.
Well, how the old woman should have had the wit to guess it I could never tell, but she found out that he was inside that there churn.
He skipped about and made funny faces, but when he stopped it was just as if she were inside him, knocking.
We are quite solid inside our bodies, and have no need to eat, any more than does a potato.
What happened inside there was no way of telling, but it is fair to conclude that the two Folk slipped through the connecting crevice into the other cave.
The next instant he was thrust inside, snarling his indignation and rage as he vainly flung himself at the open bars, while Del Mar was locking the stout door.
In ways subtler than they knew, they betrayed their intentions to the wolf-dog that haunted the cabin-stoop, and that, though he never came inside the cabin, knew what went on inside their brains.
They supposed that the Hen must contain a great lump of gold in its inside, and in order to get the gold they killed it.