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depress me. I proceeded, therefore, towards London in a fine morning, no way uneasy about to-morrow, but cheerful as the birds that carolled by the road; and comforted myself with reflecting, that London was the mart where abilities of every kind were sure of meeting distinction and reward.
" Upon my arrival in town, Sir, my first care was to deliver your letter of recommendation to our cousin, who was himself in little better circumstances than I. Ivly first scheme, you know, Sir, was to be usher at an academy ; and I asked his advice on the affair. Our cousin received the proposal with a true sardonic grin. ` Ay,' cried he, ` this is indeed a very pretty career that has been chalked out for you. I have been an usher at a boarding-school myself ; and may I die by an anodyne necklace, but I had rather be an under-turnkey in Newgate. I was up early and late: I was browbeat by the master, hated for my ugly face by the mistress, worried by the bops within, and never permitted to stir out to meet civility abroad. But are you sure you are fit for a school? Let me examine you a little. Have you been bred apprentice to the business? ''No.'-'Then you won't do for a school. Can you dress the boys' hair? '-` No.'-'Then you won't do for a school. Have you had the smallpox? '-'No.''Then you won't do for a school. Can you lie three in a bed? '-'No.'-'Then you will never do for a school. Have you got a good stomach? '-'Yes.''Then you will by no means do for a. school. No, sir: if you are for a genteel, easy profession, bind yourself seven years an apprentice to turn a cutler's wheel; but avoid a school by any means. Yet, come,' continued he, ` I see you are a lad of spirit and learning;

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