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important air, to call our coach. The girls were amazed at the command; but I repeated it with more solemnity than before. " Surely, my dear, you jest," cried my wife; " we can walk it perfectly well; we want no coach to carry us now. "-" You mistake, child," returned I, " we do want a coach; for if we walk to church in this trim, the very children in the parish will hoot after us."" Indeed," replied my wife; " I always imagined that my Charles was fond of seeing his children neat and handsome about him."-" You may be as neat as you please," interrupted I, "and I shall love you the better for it; but all this is not neatness, but frippery. These rufllings, and pinkings and patchings will only make us hated by all the wives of our neighbours. No, my children," continued I, more gravely, " those gowns may be altered into something of a plainer cut; for finery is very unbecoming in us who want the means of decency. I do not know whether such flouncing and shredding is becoming even in the rich, if we consider, upon a moderate calculation, that the nakedness of the indigent world may be clothed from the trimmings of the vain."
This remonstration had the proper effect. They went with great composure, that very instant, to change their dress ; and the next day I had the satisfaction of finding my daughters, at their own request, employed in cutting up their trains into Sunday waistcoats for Dick and Bill, the two little ones, and what was still more satisfactory, the go-,N ns seemed improved by this curtailing.

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