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be devout and humble, cheerful and serene."-" Yes," cried she, " I know that ; but I mean we should go there in as proper a manner as possible; not altogether like the scrubs about us."-" You are quite right, my dear," returned I, " and I was going to make the very same proposal. The proper manner of going is to go there as early as possible, to have time for meditation before the service begins."-" Phoo, Charles," interrupted she, " all that is very true; but not what I would be at; I mean, we should go there genteelly. You know the church is two miles off, and I protest I don't like to see my daughters trudging up to their pew all blowzed and red with walking, and looking for all the world as if they had been winners at a smock race. Now, my dear, my proposal is this: there are our two plough-horses, the colt that has been in our family these nine years, and his companion Blackberry, that has scarce done an earthly thing for this month past. They are both grown fat and lazy. Why should not they do something as well as we? And let me tell you, when Moses has trimmed them a little, they will cut a very tolerable figure."
To this proposal I objected that walking would be twenty times more genteel than such a paltry conveyance, as Blackberry was wall-eyed, and the colt wanted a tail; that they had never been broke to the rein, but laad a hundred vicious tricks; and that. we had but one saddle and pillion in the whole house. All these objections, however, were overruled; so that I was obliged to comply. The next morning I perceived them not a little busy in collecting such materials as might be necessary for the expedition; but, as I found it would be a business of time, I walked on to the church before, and they promised speedily to follow. I waited near

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Now, my dear, my proposal is this: there are our two plough-horses, what is colt that has been in our family these nine years, and his companion Blackberry, that has scarce done an earthly thing for this month past. They are both grown fat and lazy. Why should not they do something as well as we? And let me tell you, when Moses has trimmed them a little, they will cut a very tolerable figure." To this proposal I objected that walking would be twenty times more genteel than such a paltry conveyance, as Blackberry was wall-eyed, and what is colt wanted a tail; that they had never been broke to what is rein, but laad a hundred vicious tricks; and that. we had but one saddle and pillion in what is whole house. 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