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A description of the farmer's daughter. The author carried to a market-town, and then to the metropolis. The particulars of his journey.
Y mistress had a daughter of nine years old, a child of towardly parts for her age, very dexterous at her needle, and skilful in dresfing her baby. Her mother and she contrived to fit up the baby's cradle for me against night: the cradle was put into a small drawer of a cabinet, and the drawer placed upon a hanging shelf for fear of the rats. This was my bed all the time I stayed with those people, though made more convenient by degrees, as I began to learn their language, and make my wants known. This young girl was so hardy, that. after I had once or twice pulled off my cloaths beB. 2 fore