A Storehouse of Stories: Storehouse the First by Yonge Charlotte Mary 1823-1901

By Yonge Charlotte Mary 1823-1901

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Being come at the other side of the rock, he saw indeed surprising objects, but not afflicting; the mischief that was done being to the inhabitants of the sea only, a vast number of which had, by the wind, been diselemented ; a quantity of stately whitings fine mackerel, large herrings, divers sizes of codlings, and several other sorts of fish, with a great number of shells, of different shapes and bignesses, lying up which and down upon the instead of damage rock. 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 ' !

Conditions of men, preferring his present state to that of fall, who could not be sensible of happiness, having never known a reverse which, otherwise, he would have been more careful to prevent. Being come home and near bed-time, he first ate his supper, and then, having performed his customary religious service, he goes to bed. The next morning, after paying his usual devotion, he takes a walk to his plantations, on which he implores a continuation of the prosperous condition they appear to be in next, he goes to examine his nets, in which he finds a brace of fowls like ducks, but twice as large, and exceeding beautiful the drake (which he knew by a coloured featlier on his rump) was of a fine cinnamon colour upon his back, his breast of a mazarine blue, the belly of a deep orange, his neck green, head purple, his eyes, bill, and feet, red every The duck colour changing most agreeably as they moved.

THE HISTORY OF PHILIP QUARLL. 29 too young to be with kid, and he in great need of flesh, yet he would not kill them; so with cords fastens them to the outside of his lodge and with constant feeding them, in two months' time made them so tame, that they followed him up and down, which added much to the pleasure he already took in his habitation, which by that time was covered with green leaves both top and sides; the stakes it was made of having struck root, and shot out young branches, whose strength increasing that summer to fill up the vacancy between each plant, he pulled the turfs, wherewith he had covered the outside and top of the hut between them, to keep the cold out in the winter.

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