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Cottage Comforts: With Hints for Promoting Them, Gleaned from Experience ... - Page 20
by Esther Copley - 1834 - 224 pages
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 13

Tobias Smollett - 1795 - 612 pages
...travelled on, and came to a little public houfe by the road fide, where nn acquaintance of his was fitting ,on a bench drinking. He invited Robinet to take a draught. Robinet feated himfelf by his friend, and fet his ba/ket on the bench clofe by him. A tame raven, which was...
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Evenings at Home; Or, The Juvenile Budget Opened: Consisting of ..., Volumes 4-6

John Aikin - 1819 - 500 pages
...soup-meagre — and no bad thing neither. He travelled on, and came to a little public-house by the road side, where an acquaintance of his was sitting...Robinet seated himself by his friend, and set his basket an the bench close by him. A tame raven, which was kept at the house, came slyly behind him, and perching...
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Evenings at Home; Or, The Juvenile Budget Opened:: Consisting of a ..., Volume 4

John Aikin - 1819 - 178 pages
...soup-meagre — and no bad thing neither. He travelled on, and came to a little public-house by the road side, where an acquaintance of his was sitting...by him. A tame raven, which was kept at the house, came slyly behind him, and perching o» the basket, stole away the bag in which the meal was tied up,...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor, Volume 1

1821 - 614 pages
...on, and came to a little public house by the road side, where an acquaintance of his was sitting- OH a bench drinking: he invited Robinet to take a draught;...friend, and set his basket on the bench close by him. A fame raven which was kept at the house came slily behind him, and, perching on the basket, stole away...
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Evenings at home; or, The juvenile budget opened [by J. Aikin and ..., Volume 4

John Aikin - 1823 - 168 pages
...with soupmeagre—and no bad thing neither. He travelled on, and came to a little public-house by the road side, where an acquaintance of his was sitting...by him. A tame raven, which was kept at the house, came slyly behind him, and perching on the basket, stole away the bag in which the meal was tied up,...
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Easy Lessons in Reading: For the Use of the Younger Classes in Common Schools

Joshua Leavitt - 1829 - 172 pages
...loup meager ; and no bad thing neither." 4. He travelled on, and came to a little public house by the road side, where an acquaintance of his was sitting...Robinet to take a draught. Robinet seated himself by a friend,and set bis basket on the bench close by him. A tame raven, which was kept at the house, came...
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Easy Lessons in Reading: For the Use of the Younger Classes in Common Schools

Joshua Leavitt - 1836 - 164 pages
...was sitting on a bench drinking. He invited Robinet to take a draught. Robinet seated himself by a friend, and set his basket on the bench close by him. A tame raven, which was kept at the house, came slily behind him, and perching on the basket, stole away the bag in which his meal was tied up,...
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The Juvenile Budget Reopened: Being Further Selections from the Writings of ...

John Aikin - 1840 - 274 pages
...it is no bad thing, neither ! He travelled on, and came to a little public house, by the road-side, where an acquaintance of his was sitting on a bench,...by him. A tame raven, which was kept at the house, came slily behind him, and, perching on the basket, stole away the bag in which the meal was tied up,...
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Cottage comforts, with hints for promoting them

Esther Copley, afterwards COPLEY HEWLETT (Esther) - 1841 - 248 pages
...meagre—and no bad thing neither!' " He travelled on, and came to a little public house by the road-side, where an acquaintance of his was sitting on a bench...by him. A tame raven, which was kept at the house, came slily behind him, and perching on the basket, stole away the bag in which the meal was tied up,...
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Easy Lessons in Reading: With an English and Marathee Vocabulary

1841 - 304 pages
...little public house by the roadside, where an acquaintance of his was sitting on a bench, drinking beer. He invited Robinet to take a draught. Robinet seated himself by his friend, and placed his basket on the bench by him. A tame raven, which was kept at the house, came slyly behind...
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