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" It would both have excited your Pity, and have done your Heart good, to have seen how fond these two little ones were of each other, and how, Hand in Hand, they trotted about. "
The Newbery Companion: Booktalk and Related Materials for Newbery Medal and ... - Page xv
by John Thomas Gillespie, Corinne J. Naden - 2001 - 465 pages
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The book of nursery tales

Book - Fiction - 1866
...Tommy, he had two shoes, but Margery had only one. They had nothing to support them for several days but what they picked from the hedges, or got from the poor people ; and they were obliged to sleep every night in a barn. Mr. Smith, the parish priest, was a very good,...
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A Storehouse of Stories, Containing: The History of Philip Quarll, Goody ...

Charlotte Mary Yonge - Children's stories, English - 1870 - 437 pages
...of each other, and how hand in hand they trotted about. They were both very ragged, and Tommy had no shoes, but Margery had but one. They had nothing,...picked from the hedges, or got from the poor people, and they lay every night in a bam. Their relations took no notice of them ; no, they were rich, and...
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The prince of nursery playmates

Prince - 1880
...Margery and her little brother to the wide world. These two little orphans were very fond of each other. They were both very ragged, and Tommy had two shoes, but Margery had but one. Their relations took no notice of them, for they were ashamed to own such a poor ragged girl as Margery,...
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Goody Two-Shoes, a facs. reprod. of the ed. of 1766, with an intr. by C. Welsh

Two Shoes (goody.) - 1881
...other, and how, Hand in Hand, they trotted about. Pray fee them. They were both very ragged, and Tomm had two Shoes, but Margery had but one. They had nothing, poor Things, to fupport them (not being in their own Farifh) but what they picked from the Hedges, or got from the...
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Goody Two-Shoes: A Facsimile Reproduction of the Edition of 1766

Charles Welsh - Conduct of life - 1881 - 156 pages
...Hand, they trotted about. Pray fee them. Thcv GOODY TWO-SHOES. They were both very ragged, and Ttmxn had two Shoes, but Margery had but one. They had nothing, poor Things, to fupport them (not being in their own Pariih) but what they picked from the Hedges, or got from the...
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The Works of Oliver Goldsmith: Prefaces and introductions. Animated nature ...

Oliver Goldsmith, J. W. M. Gibbs, Henry George Bohn
...these two little ones were of each other, and how, hand in hand, they trotted about. Pray see them.2 They were both very ragged, and Tommy had two shoes,...picked from the hedges, or got from the poor people, and they lay every night in a barn. Their relations took no notice of them ; no, they were rich, and...
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The history of little goody Two-Shoes

Two Shoes (goody.) - 1884
...have seen how fond these two little ones were of each other, and how hand in hand they trotted about. They were both very ragged, and Tommy had two shoes,...picked from the hedges, or got from the poor people ; and they lay every night in a barn. Their relations took no notice of them : no, they were rich,...
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Favorite Fairy Tales

1884 - 138 pages
...seen how fond these two little ones were of each other, and how, hand in hand, they trotted about. They were both very ragged, and Tommy had two shoes, but Margery had but one. They had nothing to support them but what they picked from the hedges or got from the poor people, and they slept every...
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The heart of oak books, Volume 2

Kate Stephens - 1895
...seen how fond these two little ones were of each other, and how, hand in hand, they trotted about. They were both very ragged, and Tommy had two shoes,...picked from the hedges, or got from the poor people, and they lay every night in a barn. Their relatives took no notice of them ; no, they were rich, and...
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The Heart of Oak Books, Book 2

Charles Eliot Norton - 1902
...seen how fond these two little ones were of each other, and how, hand in hand, they trotted about. They were both very ragged, and Tommy had two shoes,...picked from the hedges, or got from the poor people, and they lay every night in a barn. Their relatives took no notice of them ; no, they were rich, and...
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