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2o6                      THE GOOD HORSE'S REWARD                   ch. xx
and grandson John. The most pleasing among the printed extracts is this :" 1736, May the 21st. The white horse was buried in the saw-pit in the Laine's wood. He was aged about thirty-five years, as far as I could find of people that knew him foaled. He had been in his time as good a horse as ever man was owner of, and he was buried in his skin being a good old horse."
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