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Easy at first complained that she could not enjoy her breakfast. Easy had her own suspicions, everybody else considered it past doubt, all except Mr. Now observe, your child is out of doors somewhere in the fields or plantations; you want and you call him. Why, a dozen curs at least who come running up to you, all answering to the name of Bob, and wagging their stumps of tails. Any other name you please, my dear; but in this one instance you must allow me to lay my positive veto." "Well, then, let me see— but I'll think of it, Mr. Now I recollect it, there were several Greek emperors who were Johns; but decide for yourself, my dear." "No, no," replied Mrs. " "If you please, ma'am," interrupted the young woman, dropping a courtesy, "it was a very little one." "A very little one! The misfortune which has happened to this young woman is not always a proof of a bad heart, but of strong attachment, and the overween- ing confidence of simplicity." "You are correct, doctor," replied Mr. "And if you please, ma'am," rejoined Sarah, "it was such a little one." "Shall I try the baby, ma'am? Easy, and Johnny, and Sarah, and Mary went into the garden, leaving Dr. His time was equally valuable, whether he were employed for something or nothing; and moreover he attended the poor gratis. John Easy, and perceived that he was a courageous, decided boy, of a naturally good disposition; but from the idiosyncrasy of the father and the doting folly of the mother, in a sure way of being spoiled.
It was at the finale of the eleventh year of their marriage that Mrs. I will appeal to any farmer in the county, if ninety-nine shepherds' dogs out of one hundred are not called Bob. You level your only son to the brute creation by giving him a Christian name which, from its peculiar brevity, has been monopolized by all the dogs of the county. Do just as you please ; but depend upon it that John is the right name. I am sure that the child will be christened John." "Nay, my dear, it shall be just what you please. "Yes, ma'am, very small indeed, and died soon after it was born." "Oh, Dr. Easy asserts, and you appear to imagine, the tem- per and disposition of your child may be affected by the nourishment it receives, I think it more likely to be in- jured by the milk of a married woman who will desert her own child for the sake of gain. Easy, but her conduct tells another tale." "She is well fitted for the situation, ma'am," continued the doctor. As for his taking a guinea for putting on a piece of sticking-plaster, his conscience was very easy on that score.
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