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1  The lost children had not been found.
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2  The children groped their way back to the spring.
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3  The children awoke tortured with a raging hunger.
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4  The Saturday holiday seemed a burden to the children.
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5  The children stood still and listened; but there was no result.
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6  Now, for the first time, the deep stillness of the place laid a clammy hand upon the spirits of the children.
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7  The children left for school, and the old lady to call on Mrs. Harper and vanquish her realism with Tom's marvellous dream.
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8  Now, children, I want you all to sit up just as straight and pretty as you can and give me all your attention for a minute or two.
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9  The Sunday-school children distributed themselves about the house and occupied pews with their parents, so as to be under supervision.
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10  The children were considered safe enough under the wings of a few young ladies of eighteen and a few young gentlemen of twenty-three or thereabouts.
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11  The bats chased the children a good distance; but the fugitives plunged into every new passage that offered, and at last got rid of the perilous things.
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12  The majority of the searchers had given up the quest and gone back to their daily avocations, saying that it was plain the children could never be found.
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13  Some minutes later the widow's guests were at the supper-table, and a dozen children were propped up at little side-tables in the same room, after the fashion of that country and that day.
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14  By-and-by, fatigue began to assert its claims; the children tried to pay attention, for it was dreadful to think of sitting down when time was grown to be so precious, moving, in some direction, in any direction, was at least progress and might bear fruit; but to sit down was to invite death and shorten its pursuit.
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15  Injun Joe was buried near the mouth of the cave; and people flocked there in boats and wagons from the towns and from all the farms and hamlets for seven miles around; they brought their children, and all sorts of provisions, and confessed that they had had almost as satisfactory a time at the funeral as they could have had at the hanging.
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