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his intercourse with l
ittle Alois; and so the
hamlet, which followed
the sayings of its ric
hest landowner servilel
y, and whose families a
ll hoped to secure the
riches of Alois in some
future time for their
sons, took the hint to
give grave looks and co
ld words to old Jehan D
aas's grandson. No one
said anything to him op
enly, but all the villa
ge agreed together to h
umour the miller's prej
udice, and at the cotta
ges and farms where Nel
lo and Patrasche called
every morning for the
milk for Antwerp, downc
ast glances and brief p
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