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Be ! good, my dear child, and God Almighty will also bless you, whose blessing is above all things. lf ~Iam, my dear Sally, " Your affectionate Mother, " MARTHA JONES/' 52 The History of CHAP. III. Of the amazing Sagacity and Instinct of a little Dog. k5OON after this, a very dreadful accident hapin the school. It was on a Thursday morning I very well remember, when the children having learned their lessons soon, she had given them leave to play, and they were all running about the school, and diverting themselves with the birds and the lamb at this time the dog, all of a sudden, laid hold of his mistress's apron, and endeavoured to pull her out of the school.
JIT happened one day, when Mrs. Two-Shoes was diverting the children after school, as she usually did, with some innocent games, or entertaining and instructive stories, that a man arrived with the melancholy news of Sally Jones's father being thrown from his horse, and thought past all recovery ; nay, the messenger said, that he was seemingly dying when he came away. Poor Sally was greatly distressed, as indeed were all in the school, for she dearly loved her father, and Mrs. Two-Shoes and It is generally all her children dearly loved her.
Grove, but all the neighbours, an high opinion of her good sense and prudent behaviour and she was so much esteemed, that most of the differences in the parish were left to her decision and if a man and wife quarrelled, (which sometimes hapthat of both in the pened part parties kingdom,) Every body certainly came to her for advice. knows that Martha Wilson was a passionate scolding jade, and that John, her husband, was a surly ill-tempered fellow. These were one day brought by the neighbours, for Margery to talk to them, ; ; when they quarrelled before her, and were going blows ; but she, stepping between them, thus addressed the husband: "John," says she, "yon are a man, and ought to have more sense than to to 66 The History of a passion at every word that is said amiss and Martha," says she, " you ought : to know your duty better than to say any thing to aggravate your husband's resentment.