Suspense and Obscurity
Fitness and Nutrition
by Jahnna N. Malcolm.
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Dick hid his cat in the garret, and always took care to carry a part of his dinner to her. In a short time he had no more trouble with the . In a short time he had no more trouble with the rats and mice, but slept quite sound every night. The captain jumped for joy; he remembered poor Whittington and his cat, and told the king he had a creature on board the ship that would dispatch all these vermin immediately. The king jumped so high at the joy the news gave him that his turban dropped off his head.
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Dick Whittington and his Cat. An English story retold by Niz Smith and . When they reached the big city Dick couldn’t believe his eyes, he could see horses. An English story retold by Niz Smith and Avril Lethbridge. A long time ago there was once a poor boy called Dick Whittington who had no Mummy and Daddy to look after him so he was often very hungry. Dick Whittington was determined that he would go there and dig up enough gold from the streets to make his fortune. One day he met a friendly waggoner who was going to London who said he would give him a lift there, so off they went. When they reached the big city Dick couldn’t believe his eyes, he could see horses, carriages, hundreds of people, great tall buildings, lots of mud, but nowhere could he see any gold.
Dick Whittington and His Cat is the English folklore surrounding the real-life Richard Whittington (c. 1354–1423), wealthy merchant and later Lord Mayor of London. The legend describes his rise from poverty-stricken childhood with the fortune he made through the sale of his cat to a rat-infested country. However, the real Whittington did not come from a poor family of common stock, and there is no compelling evidence supporting the stories about the cat, or even whether he owned one.
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Dick Whittington and His. Dick Whittington was so poor and went through great tribulation in his young life. When his cat has to go, he has no idea that he will become set for life. He gives presents to everyone even the cook who was so mean to him. And so all ends well. The cat becomes a noted ratter and the ruler bestows a great treasure on Whittington. However, the historical Whittington appears to have been the son of a knight of Gloucester). The earliest known appearance of the legend is in 1605.