Two students at the college

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Two students at the college, John and Alan, are enraged at the news of the theft and volunteer to  take a sack of corn to the mill. When they arrive, they announce that they will watch the milling. The  miller, sensing that the students want to prevent him from stealing, untethers the students' horse.  When John and Alan find the horse missing, they chase it until dark before catching it. Meanwhile,  the miller empties half the flour from the sack and refills it with bran. Because it is now dark, the boys ask the miller to put them up for the night. The miller, who has a  wife, a twenty-year old daughter, and an infant son, agrees. Because the house is small, they all  sleep in the same room but in separate beds: John and Alan in one bed, the Miller and his wife in  another with the cradle beside, and the daughter in the third. While the miller and his family sleep, John and Alan think of ways to get revenge. Suddenly, Alan 
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Texas State.

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