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- Once upon a time there were two giants. One of them was a blacksmith.
One day the other giant was coming along the road. When he was passing the blacksmith's door he shouted in to the blacksmith to bring out a coal to redden his pipe. He took the anvil in his hand which was ten stone weight, and put a red coal on it. He brought it out to the giant on the horse. The giant took the anvil and turned it up to put the coal in his pipe. He handed the anvil to the blacksmith and rode off.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- There are two very old houses down our road. The first is a little on the bank of the river. The people that were living in it are gone over to the other house. When they were living in the little house on(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.