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And Little Redcap did so until the great trough was quite full.
Mother Redcap was a great favourite with the sailor-men and had their entire confidence.
Well I went into the railway station and the redcap took the beast and tried to steer him through the crowd.
THIRD WARNINGROY J. SNELL
"I will be sure to take care," said Little Redcap to her mother, and gave her hand upon it.
Then Little Redcap went cheerfully home and came to no harm.
And no sooner had the wolf said this than he made one bound from the bed and swallowed up poor Little Redcap.
Redcap is a popular appellation of that class of spirits which haunt old castles.
Malone punched the redcap's buttons again, and he and Boyd followed it through the crowded station to the taxi stand.
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At last the redcap got disgusted and said, ‘Miss, that thar dorg is plumdum!’
THIRD WARNINGROY J. SNELL
Oh, it's a kind of a sort of a Bogle, but it isn't so cruel as a Redcap!

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