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Blithesome she continued; called his attention to a startled hare; pointed with her whip to a red-eyed boar that sullenly retreated at their approach; laughed when an overhanging branch swept her little cap from her head and merrily thanked him when he hastily dismounted and returned it to her.
She greeted him tenderly and lovingly, listening with interest to his story of the visit of Bessie Blithesome.
In front of these rode little Bessie Blithesome, the pretty daughter of that proud Lord of Lerd who had once driven Claus from his palace.
Then, with the clay that was left, he began to make an image of Bessie Blithesome herself.
CHAPTER FIFTH: How Bessie Blithesome Came to the Laughing Valley
 There is a curious instance of this in the song, "The Blithesome