Carl Krinken: His Christmas Stocking
Father Christmas' gift to a poor boy is that each of his parent's Christmas presents to him (3 apples, 1 red cent, a purse, shoes, a pine cone, a hymn book, a cork boat, and a stocking) has the power of speech and they tell him the stories of their lives.
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