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BY MRS. SHERWOOD,
Author of â€œ Ayah and Lady,â€ â€œ Little
Henry and his Bearer,â€ &c.
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PUBLISHED BY THE
New-York Religious Tract Society:
D. Fanshaw, Printer
THERE is a certain litile village, in the
| north of this country, where a number
_ of small black-and-white cottages, sur-
rounded with gardens, are scaitered
over a beautiful heath. Here are also
many elms and oaks, which, in the sum-
mer season, afford a pleasant shade: to
the little flocks which teed upenâ€™ the
The best house in this vile is: the
parsonage, which is placed in the chureh-
yard. The church itself is#a-neat old
building with a fine tower, which. tae:
rooks have made their! h: abitation fow â€œia
4, THE MAY-BEE.
In this village lived little Harry.
This poor boy had lost his father and
mother before he could speak, when he â€”
was put under the care of an old wo-
man, who, having a little cottage and _
orchard of her own, maintained herself
by selling fruit and vegetables, and feed-
ing pigs. |
This poor old woman was very igno-
rant, having no knowledge of God, nor
even so much as a Bibleâ€œin her house.
Neither did she ever set her foot ina
had often invited her to meet him there, â€”
and warned her of the danger she incur- |
red by neglecting the public worship of
This old woman did not use little Har-
ry well, for she took no care of his soul,
neither sending him to church, nor put-
ting him to school; so that he remained
as ignorant of his God and of his Sa- |
__viour as the poorest black child in the
countries over sea.
It happened, one Sunday morning in
the month of May, while the cuckoo was
singingâ€™ in the woods, and the bees were
gathering their sweet food from flower
to flower im the cottage gardens, that
the old woman, after making little Har-
ry sweep the kitchen and feed the pigs,
gave him leave to go out and play till
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dinner-time ; for, as I before said, she
neither went to church herself, nor sent
the little boy thither ; and, indeed, little
Harryâ€™s chothes were such as she would
have been ashamed for her neighbours
to have seen in the church, since there
was scarcely a whole thread about him.
Harry therefore set off to play, not
heeding the bells of the church, which
â€˜sounded sweetly from the old tower, in-
viting all Christians within hearing of
them, from the hills and from the val-
leys, to come forth and serve the Lord.
So little Harry ran through the gar-
den and the orchard in which his mam-
myâ€™s cottage stood, (for he always call-
ed the old woman by that name, ) whence,
getting over the stile, he passed into a
shady green lane on the other side.
And now, as he sauntered down the lane
thinking what he should do, he saw be~
fore him a neighbourâ€™s boy, called Wil-
liam, running by the hedge, aud looking
for something among the bushes.
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â€œWhat are you doing there, Wil-
liam ?â€ said little Harry. :
â€œ Doing !â€ said William, â€œ why I am
looking for humbuzzes. â€˜Here is one
that | have knocked down with my hat,
and he has fallen into the bushes, so i
am trying to pick him outâ€”ay, and
now J have got him, â€™li make him smart
. for giving me so much trouble.â€
â€œWhy, what will you do with him?â€™
said little Harry.
b â€˜ Why, look you here,â€ said William,
jumping down from the hedge, â€œ1 shall
spin him on this pin.â€
So the wieked boy took a crooked pin
out of his pocket, tied to a long piece of
thread, when, thrusting the crooked pin
through the tale of the harmless insect,
and taking hold of the end of the string,
. he whirled the poor creature round inâ€™
*â€œ*'There,â€™â€™ said he, â€œâ€˜ see how he spins!
and hark! what a buzzing he makes!
Come, Harry, fetch a pin and a bit
of thread, and weil catch another for
you to spin.â€
Little Harry therefore ran home to
beg a pin of his mammy, and a bit of
thread, with which he soon returned to
William in the lane. %
_ Now, by the time that he was come
back, William had caught another may-
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bee, or #ockchafer, or humbuzz, (for so
that insect is called in different places,)
which he found feeding quietly on a
green leaf: so he taught Harry how toâ€
put the pin through â€˜his tail and spin
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And thus these two naughty boys
went down the lane spinning the poer
little may-bees, the church bells conti-
nuing to ring all the while.
On reaching the bottom of the lane, â€”
they saw some one coming toward them -
over the fields, when William called te
Henry, who was a little behind, saying,
â€˜* Here.comes the parsonâ€”he has been
to see old John Smith who is sick, and
if he catches us. with these humbuzzes
he will be sure to give it usâ€”so. make. i
haste and hide yours. I have put win te
string and all, into my pocket,â€ :
7 $ THE MAY-BEE?
Little Harry having no pockÃ©t in his
tattered jacket, put his hand, with the
* .,may-bec in it, under his ragged pinafore.
ut he looked so very red and confused,
that when the clergyman came up close
to them, it was easy to perceive, by lit-
tle Harryâ€™s face, that he had been doing Â©
some mischief which he wanted to con-
ceal. | |
â€œ My'little boys,â€ said the clergyman,
as he drew near to them, â€œ you are wan-
dering â€œabout this Sabbath morning
with your backs turned upon the church,
though the bells are ringing for divine
service. And J fear,â€ added he, â€˜ that
you are engaged in some mischief, be-.
sides that of breaking the Sabbath, by
playing in the lanes, when you ought to
be preparing for church.â€
The clergyman then looked very ear-
nestly at each of the little boys, and ob-
serving that Harryâ€™s hand was under his
pinafore, and Williamâ€™s in his pocket,
_ he seized their hands, and made them
show what it was that they wished so
much to hide. Upon whichâ€™ this good
clergyman took the poor insects from
these naughty boys, and. disengaging
them from the pins, he placed them
gently on the palm of his hand, while he
reproved the little boys very severely
for their cruelty
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â€œ Look,â€ â€˜said he, â€œat these pretty
creatures which you have been thus cru-
elly tormenting ; see what a fine brown
polished coat they have on their backs,
and how beautifully their breasts are
variegated with white and black. See,
also, what a delicate soft down covers
their throats, and how bright and black
their eyes appear. These little creatures
are made by aâ€˜divine hand, and you
have no more right to put them to pain,
than a giant would have to seize and tor-
ture you.â€™ ihe:
He then said to the little boys, â€˜â€˜ How
should you like me now to take out my
penknife and .thrust it through your
hand? and yet you have caused these
little insects to suffer as nape * wy as
you would feel if a sharp* it
were forced through one of your lix
The good clergyman ce to re-
present to the little boys that those chil-
dren who take delight m tormenting liv-
ing creatures of any kind, may be com-
pared even to devils. â€œYou have often
heard the devil spokenâ€™ of, I doubt not,â€
he said, â€˜â€œ though you ever come to
ehurch, becauseâ€˜it is a common cus
for people, who do not love God, to talk
_ of the devil, and to jest with Hie name ;
but it will be no sport for such people,â€
added he, â€˜ when they come to die, and
10 THE MAY-BEE:
really find themselves in his power. . fi
is the sole pleasure of the devil to cause
anguish and distress. He first tempts
men, and women, and children, to be
come wicked and forsake their God; â€˜af-
ter which, having them completely un-
der his dominion, he derides and tor-
ments them without pity.
â€œIt was to save us from this our dread-
ful enemy, that the Lerd Jesus Christ
came down from heaven, and bore in
his own body the punishment of our
sins upon the cross.
â€œYouâ„¢ must endeavour, my little
boys,â€ added he, â€˜â€˜to become like him,
for he was tender-hearted, and full of
pity ;_@ bruised reed would he not break ;
and sntoking flax would he not quench.
â€œTf you will come with me,â€ continu-
ed the good clergyman, â€œ I will receive
you into my Sunday school. For there
is a school-room near my house, which
is open every Sunday for the use of little
boys, and [ shall have great pleasure in
introducing you to it. And I am sure
that you will find a Sunday spent in
learning the word of God more pleasant
aud more profitable than one wasted in
idle and wicked play.â€â€™
The good clergyman then took the
little insects, out of which he had drawn
the crooked pins, and placed them an
the branch of a tree, so high that no lit-
tle boy could reach them ; where he hop-
ed they might recover from the cruel
treatment they had met with.
Now, while this good clergyman was
employed in putting the little may-bees
out.of danger, William jumped over a
stile and ran away. But little Harry
stood still, and when the clergyman had
finished his work of pity, Harry went
up close to him, and said, â€œSir, if you
will be so kind as to take me to your
School, I will go with you andJearn to
be good.â€ -
The clergyman was much pleased
with the child's simple address; so tak-
ing little Harry by the hand, he led him
. immediately toward the church-yard.
And it would have pleased you very
much to have heard how sweetly this
holy man taiked to little Harry as they
walked along together.
First he spoke to him about the Lord
Jesus Christ, and told him how much
our blessed Redeemer Joves little chil-
dren. Then he talked to him about
heaven, where they who love the Lord
Jesus Christ in this life, go to dwell for
ever with him after death. And thus he
continued talking to him till they reach-
ed the school-house in the church-yard,
where a number of little boys were at
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__ that time learning to read the holy book
* Mr. John Law, the clerk of the pa-
.. Yish, was the schoolmaster; but the good
clergyman, visited the School every
Sunday, and often distributed rewards
among those who tried to do well.â€
Then was litileÃ© Harry brought to
the master, who. finding, on examina-
tion, that,he had never yet learned his
letters, gave him A B C, printed on a
card, and caused him to stand in a class
with some other little boys who were al-
so leartimg their ABC. So little Har-
ry, obeyed his directions, and diligently
applied to his lesson till it was time to
go to church, when all the boys and
girls walked, two-and-two, to the house
Observing that little Harry was asham-
ed of his ragged clothes, the master
encouraged him, by saying that God
would not look at his clothes, but at his
heartâ€”telling him, withall, that he must
ask the Lord to.give him a clean heart,
for his dear Sonâ€™s sake, and not think
for a moment about his clothes.
So little Harry went to church, and
behaved very quietly through the whole.
service, though he was so ignorant as
hardly to understand any thing that the
good clergyman said.
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When the service was over, little Har-
ry returned home to dinner ; after whichâ€™
he came to school again, and was taken
a second time to church, whence he was
brought back again to school with the
other boys. And God gave him grace toâ€
behave properly at scliool, (for no little
boy can do well without Godâ€™s help,)
where he studied so hard as to learn six
_ letters and a little part of the Lordâ€™s
Prayer that evening, to the great satis-
faction of his master.
Now I must tell you that the good
clergyman had neither father nor mo-
ther, wife nor children; but he had a
very faithful housekeeper, named Mrs.
Harris. And it was the custom of this
good woman to come into the school
every Sunday evening and invite the
best boy to drink tea with her in her
neat kitchen. So this evening she came
in, as usual, and speaking to the school-
master, she said, â€˜â€˜ Well, Mr. Law, lam
come again, as you see, to invite my
company. My kettle is boiling, my tea-
things are on the table, and my bread
and butter is cut. Pray, who is the best
boy to-day ? Which of all these am I to
â€œWhy,â€ said John Law, â€˜if I must
speak the truth, I think little Harry,
who came to school this morning for
14 THE MAY-BEE.
_the first time, has done as well, or bet-
ter, than any other boy in the school.
But yet, I fear that the poor child is
scarcely fit to drink tea in your neat
kitchen, Mrs. Harris, on account of his
very shabby clothes.â€
â€˜Never mind his dress, Mr. Law,â€â€™
said Mrs. Harris; â€œâ€˜ if he wishes to be a
good boy, I shall, not think about his
Upon this she called for little Harry,
when, taking him by the hand, she led
* him out of the school, and brought him
into the kitchen, where her. tea-table
was indetd neatly set out, and such a
plate of bread and butter prepared, as
little Harry had not often seen.
..Now Mrs. Harris talked very prettily
to little Harry, while they were drinking
tea together ; for Mrs. Harris was a ve-
ry pious woman, and loved her Saviour.
She felt, also, great compassion for little
Harry, showing him much tenderness,
and saying every thing she could think
of, to persuade him to be good. And,
among other things, she told him that
although his father and mother were
dead, yet if he would learn to fear and
love God, the Lord Jesus Christ would
take charge of him, and place him with
the lambs of his flock.
So when little Harry had taken as
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much, as Mrs. Harris thought proper to
give him, she sent him home. But be-
â€˜fore he left her, she expressed a hope
that he would come to school again the
next Sunday ; â€œand then,â€â€™ said she, â€œâ€˜if
you still endeavour to do well, you shall
come and drink tea with me again.â€â€™
Thus little Harry .cotitinued to fre-
quent the Sunday school, and kind Mrs.
Harris invited him often to drink -tea
with her; for, because he was an or-
phan, and almost utterly friendless, she
felt much inclined to do him good.
Moreover, she made him shirts and
stockings; in addition to which her
master liberally presented him with a
new hat, a suit of clothes, and a pair of
shoes, every year.
By these means there grew a great
friendship between the housekeeper and
little Harry till, one hard winter, when
Mrs. Harris had the rheumatism in her
foot, she persuaded the minister to take
little Harry into the house to assist her.
So little Havry was taken into thes
good clergymanâ€™s house; where he did
every thing he could to help Mrs. Har-
ris, who had been quite like a mother to
him when he had hardly another friend.
The last I heard of Harry was, that
he was still living in the good clergy-
svanâ€™s house; that he was become a vee
16 _ THE MAY-BEE: ~~
ry pious boy, and that having continu:
ally the fear of God before him, he ne-
ver did a cruel thing te any poor ani-"
mal which was under his power, remem-
bering that which is writtenâ€”a right-
eous man regardeth the life of his beast :
but the tender mercies of the wicked are
cruel. Proverbs, xii. 10.
My readers, â€˜perhaps, would like to
hear something miore of William ; and I
am sorry that I have iothing very plea-
sant to tell them concerning him. When
he ran away from the good clergyman, |
he loitered about the fields till the bells
of the church had done ringing ; and all
the time he kept muttering and grum-
bling â€˜at the good clergyman, saying he
should not hinder him from spinning a
_ At length he came toa field where he
saw several of these poor insects enjoy-
ing themselves in flying from tree to
tree.â€™ He pursued one to a quickset
hedge, and, while running after it, his
foot slipped and he fell into the hedge,
by which his face was badly scratched ;
and, in the fall; he sprained his ankle so
bad that he became lame for life.
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