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tod

Brit a unit of weight, used for wool, etc., usually equal to 28 pounds
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Tod turned his back towards the bed, and undid the window.
Tod's proceedings were peculiar, and rather uneasy, (because the bed was between the window and the door of the bedroom).
Tod stood and looked at him for a minute; then he left the room again.
Tod had gone out at the front door, and round to the back of the house.
Tod fetched a large heavy pailful of water from the spring, and staggered with it through the kitchen into his bedroom.
Tod put down the pail beside the bed, took up the end of rope with the hook--hesitated, and looked at Tommy Brock.
Tod gingerly mounted a chair by the head of the bedstead.
Tod's curtains were folded up, and put away, owing to the house being unoccupied.
Tod descended safely from the chair, and endeavoured to get up again with the pail of water.
Tod and the pail descended from the chair without accident.
Tod took a last look at the badger and softly left the room.
Tod's dressing-gown into a bundle, put it into the bed beneath the pail of water instead of himself, and left the room also--grinning immensely.