Good little hearts, by aunt Fanny, Volume 4

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Page 136 - He that is good will infallibly become better, and he that is bad will as certainly become worse; for vice, virtue, and time, are three things that never stand still.
Page 50 - A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the wisest men ;"— and this
Page 16 - summer in Pittsfield, staring at the grand Berkshire hills, on purpose to get all the ' miserable' out of my phiz ? It must be that the celebrated 'mountain air' has blown it on, instead of off; and then I have been very busy writing to my friend
Page 19 - feelers." I'll tell you : if little Bob will array himself in a tin helmet and top-boots, with his trusty wooden sword by his side, and promise to come out and do battle in my behalf against the black beetles and
Page 19 - with a fee, fa, fo, fum ! eating me up ! And yet those funny gentlemen with the long name will gaze enraptured on these " elegant creatures," with their wonderful bodies, lovely wings, lustrous eyes, quantities of legs, and splendid
Page 16 - you are not going to write a word to your friend Fred in my house. You must eat, sleep, ride about, laugh and grow fat. I shall have you weighed this minute, and again before you leave, and every pound you gain I shall charge your friend Fred a hundred dollars."* And so I have done nothing but eat, sleep, and
Page 17 - what I preach, and mind my aunt; but before I go home to New York, how would you like to see me at the farm-house for two or three
Page 17 - such a number of pleasant things have happened, and you can't know about them because I must set a good example. I must
Page 16 - New Haven ? She said,—" Why, Fan, you are looking perfectly miserable." " Why, auntie, how you talk !" I answered. "Haven'tI been living all

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