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the gar-den? I wish to show you our fine tall a-loe in full bloom at the bot-tom of the gra-vel path near the ap-ple tree.

One day, James took a walk by the side of the mill-stream, with his rod and line in hand, for he was go-ing to an-gle for roach and dace. He had not gone far when he met his aunt, who ask-ed him what he was going to do, and when he had told her, she said, that, if he would come with her, she would show him what would please him a great deal more than catch-ing fish.

So James went with his aunt, who, when they had got home, gave him a nice mince pie and a glass of cur-rant wine; she then told him she had bought him a kite, and, that when the servant came in, he should go to the park and help him to fly it.

James now gave his aunt ma-ny thanks, and felt more pleas-ed that he had met her, than if he had stood two or three hours by the side of


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the riv-er, to catch the poor fish, and put them in pain with his sharp hook,

You should al-ways do as you are bid-den, both by your pa-rents and teach-ers : be care-ful not to tell a false-hood: nev-er loi-ter a-bout the streets; nor play with bad boys : do not put flies, or any oth-er in-sects in pain, and as much as you can, pre-vent your play-mates from do-ing so.

When you have a long les-son to re-peat, a bill to make out, or a hard sum to work, you should nev-er say you can not do it; but set a-bout it at once with a will-ing mind, for that which a boy has once done, can a-gain be done by a boy.

One day some boys went to a wood to seek for eggs and young birds : they had not got far on their way when they saw a wasp's nest ;

and one of the boys, more bent on mis-chief than the rest, got a stick and tri-ed to break the ground near

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