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Old 12-19-2010, 01:22 PM   #1
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How did Puss earn Dick Whittington a fortune?

Author of historical romance, Grace Elliot, looks at how Puss in Boots, earnt Dick Whittington his fortune...

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As a child I remember a Christmas treat of being taken to the London Palladian to see ‘Puss in Boots.’ This is a version of the story of a poor boy, Dick Whittington. He heard rumours that London was paved with gold and gathered all his possessions into a spotted handkerchief and, along with his pet cat Puss, went to the city ...

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