Rubbing to edges and corners bumped. Spine and covers creased. Bottom of spine torn.
The Outlaws have had their weapons confiscated. But that doesn't mean defeat for William. He opts for "peace an not havin' weapons of war an' suchlike" - in other words, total disarmament for his enemies too! But the peace plan is short-lived - it doesn't pay!
So when William resorts to his other money-making schemes ... "Sweetikins" his aunt's dog is 'deserted' in a quarry. The 'rescue' costs 50 pence! A case of 'mistaken identity' earns a fat reward. And the 'nite-club' in the old barn is supposed to make 25 pence for a new football, but not every crime succeeds ... Besides, there's lots more in William's bag of tricks!
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