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Flower that never Fades.
BY HARRIET LIVERMORE.
« Not by works of righteousness which we have done, but ac-
IN TWO VOLUMES.
Pareban Pese listecsv.
Thanks to the hand invisible, that led thee to these
“This is aunt Worthy's home," said Charles, after giving the sound who,er, for his horses to stop before the door of a neat little cottage, that was parted from the road by a wicker fence, built for the purpose of excluding the gaze of foot passengers at its low windows ;"you had best alight immediately, friend Anna, and go in; for aunt is rather lame in the back, and may be, she can't well come out to give you the welcome; but you will have it hearty enough, I warrants, as soon as you be under the roof. I will help Mary out afterwards—that is, as soon as you give the word;" and the faithful rustic added a significant wink, as much as to say, “I know all about it.”