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THE SPIRIT OF A LITTLE BELL,
"I HAVE BEEN YOUNG, AND NOW AM OLD: YET
HAVE I NOT SEEN THE RIGHTEOUS FORSAKEN, NOR HIS
SEED BEGGING BREAD."-PSALM XXXVII. V. XXV.
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THIS LITTLE WORK IS,
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THE principal incidents in the following pages
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and during the printing of this little work, a
most tragical occurrence in the district of Fins-
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