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LONDON THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY, 5', PATERNOSTER Row; 65, ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD;
AND 164, PICCADILLY.
2537. f. 5.
“ M y dear, I have consulted mother about Jenny,
and she agrees with me that she would be
better at home, now,” said Mrs. Hamlin, of Altafort, to her husband, as they sat at breakfast in their pleasant parlour; while their youngest child, a little girl between three and four years of age, nursed her doll in the recess of one of the windows.
“I do not see how she could be better anywhere than with your mother; and I am sure it would be