The Father and Daughter: A Tale, in Prose

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Psychology Press, 1995 - 244 pages
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Section 1
1
Section 2
155
Section 3
160
Section 4
171
Section 5
204
Section 6
206
Section 7
209
Section 8
210
Section 9
211
Section 10
229
Section 11
232
Section 12
243
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Page 244 - tis to be an orphan boy ! Oh ! were I by your bounty fed ! Nay, gentle lady, do not chide — Trust me, I mean to earn my bread; The sailor's orphan boy has pride. Lady, you weep! ha! this to me? You'll give me clothing, food, employ? Look down, dear parents ! look, and see Your happy, happy orphan boy...

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