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By Yonge Charlotte Mary 1823-1901

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Pared likenesses being offered by one and the same unaltered object, made him curious to examine what parts of every resemblance helped to make the others ; and having spent a considerable time in the examination, he found everything, which the front had likeness of, was employed in making the side representation, by being in some places shortened, and others lengthened, according to the point of sight. Being satisfied about that subject, he enters upon another the basin in which the fountain ran, which was as puzzling about five yards distant from whence the water did spring, being but about nine feet over every way, without any visible place to evacuate its over complement, and yet keeping the same height, without dashing or running over, although Having the stream that fell into it ran as big as his wrist.

Heaven be ' is, ! ' said he, now to to to bewail, return for this mighty benefit mischief praised Here the powerful agent by kind Providence, made a minister of good ' ! what thanks have I of me make me thankful I am now provided for all the next winter ; and yet longer ; by which time I am certain to have : ! ' Thus having taken up as many fish as he could hold in he carries them home, and brings his shirt, which his arms, so, at several times, he brought the fish, and as many of the shells as he had occasion for ; of some of which he made boilers and stewpans, of others, dishes and plates some he kept water in, and others fish in pickle ; so that he was stocked with necessary vessels as well as provision.

From that time he resolves to go naked, till the hardness of the weather obliged shape and his of skin : ' is : ; him to put something on. Having picked up a sufficient quantity of off-sets to stock about two acres of land, he returns home, leaving behind him a considerable number of roots dug up for those poor animals which attended him all the time he was at work, without offering to touch one till he was gone. Being come home, he fixes upon a spot of ground near his habitation, and digs it up as well as he could with his wooden instrument, in order to sow his seed which having compassed in about twenty days, he implores a blessing upon his labour, and leaves it to time to bring it forth.

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