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Polly marched straight after it, stooped down and peeped under the book-case, saying, in his funny way, with a cock of his eye, "Come out and take a walk, my dear." I couldn't help laughing, which made Poll swear, and Aunt woke up and scolded us both.' ¡¡¡¡`Did the spider accept the old fellow's invitation?' asked Laurie, yawning. ¡¡¡¡`Yes; out it came, and away ran Polly, frightened to death, and scrambled up on Aunt's chair, calling out, "Catch her! catch her! catch her!" as I chased the spider.' ¡¡¡¡`That's a lie! Oh, lor!' cried the parrot, pecking at Laurie's toes. ¡¡¡¡`I'd wring your neck if
you were mine, you old torment,' cried Laurie, shaking his fist at the bird, who put his head on one side, and gravely croaked, `Allyluyer! bless your buttons, dear!' ¡¡¡¡`Now I'm ready,' said Amy, shutting the wardrobe, and taking a paper out of her pocket. `I want you to read that, please, and tell me if it is legal and right. I felt that I ought to do it, for life is uncertain and I don't want any ill-feeling over my tomb.' ¡¡¡¡Laurie bit his lips, and turning a little from the pensive speaker read the following document, with praiseworthy gravity, considering the spelling: ¡¡¡¡`My Last Will And Testament'