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Little Alice and her sister

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Little Alice and her sister
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CHAPTER I.

Lrrrze Alice Grant was standing at her £7

J nurse’s knee one fine summer evening, al- \
most ready to jump into bed. Nurse was

brushing her long curling hair with the little “f

7 soft brush that Alice liked to fecl, but this

> evening she had hardly patience to stand SMym

still till the last curl was finished. “ Make \@X¢ Y

haste, nurse!” she said: “Oh, do be quick! (gl

the sooner I am in bed and asleep, the sooner /

to-morrow will come!” 6
§

The new housemaid, Sally, who was sit-
J ting by at her needlework, asked why Miss



Alice was in such a hurry for to-morrow;
but before nurse could answer, Alice cried
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out,—“ Why, because Sister Mary and her

walk and run with me too, better than poor
aunt can do, for she can hardly walk at
all; and I shall have the baby instead of

dolls; that is, when baby is good, and Tam
five years old and past. I think I shall have
done with dolls soon ; the baby is so young

a good deal which you ought to know before
We go on.



and mistress, Mr. and Mrs. Grant, had no

taken little Alice under their care when her
father and mother died in a distant country,
)} in India. And she knew that Mrs. Grant
was sickly, and not able to walk or play



baby are coming, to be sure; and she will ¥





Sally already knew that her new master

children of their own; and that they had j,
















with Alice, though she taught her, and kept
4s her with her most of the day.

(¢ But nownurse had to tell her about sister
FAG Mary, whom she called Mrs. Lindsay, and
XY whose expected visit seemed almost to turn
QVA the head of little Alice. She was very much
older than Alice, being her half-sister; that
<)) is, they had the same father, though not the
same mother. Sister Mary was married, and
had one little baby. She had been obliged
to leave her husband, Captain Lindsay, in













(- live in that hot country if she stayed longer.

This was a sad trouble to her. She came
jhome across the sea with her little one,
hoping to be able to go back to her hus-
'} band after she got well and strong. And
f, first she was coming to see aunt Grant and @*






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Mary’s letters from India aloud to her uncle, |¥
Alice would sit on a little cushion at her
aunt's feet, with her eyes wide open, look-
ing up at her aunt, listening to every word,
and thinking of the meaning of each word
) she could not understand ; but about baby

she used to ask all sorts of questions. And
| when she was running about the garden by
herself, Alice would sometimes stop, and





gravely as nurse used to do. At that time
she hardly knew whether she was in the
”(N garden or the nursery; for her whole thoughts
W)/ were employed in fancying what the baby
would be like, and what she should do with
him, And as Alice unfortunately was rather ||
4) apt to get every thing she took a liking to |,
for her own, it never entered into her little
head that the baby would not be her own |
like her doll Julia. |
Just now she was roused from her fan-





























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naughty. She hardly would expect her to
be wilful and passionate, such a fine great
girl as she is grown.”

‘The tears came into Alice’s eyes, and she
was silent for a moment. Presently she
brushed them away with the back of her
little fat hand, and raised up her head rather
, high, as she was apt to do.

«Well, nurse, you'll see. And I'll tell

you something,” looking as if nurse was to
hear some great secret. “ To-morrow, when
I get up, I mean to begin being quite good,
and ever after. I dare say, now, you have

Y) call them but she will not see them, for I
am not going to have any more. I some-

times ery for things, I know; but that is

because I have not always any thing to

amuse me. I shall have plenty to do now,

helping sister Mary with the baby.”

This she said with a toss of her chin,



told Sally already of my tantrums, as you |









(G5 which almost twitched the night-cap strings
out of nurse’s hand as she was tying them.
(@ _Assoon as she was in her little white bed,

ANG and her head on the pillow, she felt not
BY quite comfortable as to what she had been

$} very much otherwise. She noticed and "4"
thought of every thing she saw, and she
was clever about learning every thing she
was taught. Besides this, she was fond of
her relations and friends, and had much that
‘was good about her ; but the worst was, that
she was a spoiled child. She often thought ~
of her faults when she was in a good hu-
mour. And she had been taught that she
must try hard and fight against them; and























‘i whether sister Mary knew it or not.
Thinking of this she fell asleep. And





very busy little Ally was in her dreams.
Sometimes she dreamed that sister Mary
was come indeed, but would not speak to |}
her; sometimes that the baby was not a
little blue-eyed thing as she had been told,
but quite black all over, like the black people
in India that Mary’s letters used to tell
about. But then, again, she dreamed that
the baby was even prettier and nicer than
she had ever fancied; and she woke for joy,
and saw the sun shining in through her
white dimity curtains.













CHAPTER II.

) Avice sprang out of bed, and called out
rather impatiently,—“ Nurse, nurse, bring |,
the water to wash me directly! Don’t you |
know we are to breakfast early, that we

may go to meet them in time? What a









Nurse was settling about the baby’s little
44 cot, and the bed for the baby’s maid by it;
W@” and Alice was rather vexed that even the
2 baby should be thought of before herself.
#) However she went on pretty well, and was
the first to come down to prayers in the

Only she interrupted their talk at breakfast
every five minutes, by asking in a trouble-
A some way, when the carriage would come
round, and how soon they should get to the
station. Mrs, Grant said more than once,
—* My dear child, pray don’t worry my
poor head with so many questions.” Iam

(%)" sorry to say Alice did not think much of her

aunt’s head. At last she heard the wheels,
and ran to put on her bonnet and spencer.

You may guess at all that Alice thought *

and said while they were driving to the sta-





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little heart beat, when they stopped and left
the carriage; how she fidgeted and talked |
as fast as her little tongue would run, while
they stood beside the railroad to watch. But
when they saw the distant smoke, and the
train coming, she was silent all at once, and
held her uncle’s hand tight.

As the train of carriages stopped, her uncle
- said,—“ You must not be too sure, Ally;
something may have delayed them.”

Alice was ready to cry, and even to be
angry at such a thing being thought possi- |
ble. But now the door opened—and they
} ‘ were really there! Sister Mary herself smil-
ing, and looking, Alice thought, so nice and *
y <4 20 young, and so fit to play with her. And

Yj there was the real live baby, as pretty as that | 4
she had seen in her dream. He was fast
asleep in his little white satin hat, and in




































they were seated in the carriage to go home,
her tongue, and called out,— What a little

2 ren a ¥
g, BTS POS?
So it was all as she had hoped! And
when sister Mary kissed her again and
again, saying tenderly, “ My little Alice!”
she clung round her with all her heart, and f
nearly forgot baby. But his turn came when
and he opened his eyes for a moment to smile
2 at his mamma. Then at last Alice found 4
} duck!”
She thought there was such pleasure and

could feel tempted to be cross and ont of
humour again. All the way home she sat \¢ 3Y
opposite to baby and his nurse Susan, chat-
tering to her. In spite of the noise of the (|
wheels upon the road, you might have heard ?
her voice loud and eager, though you could
not hear what Susan said in reply.

“ Quite blue, are not they?—I wish he

no trouble in being good now; she ong >















Cj} Would open them again!—As blue as my

) bonnet-strings—blue like that bit of sky
a above the trees there—the little flowers that s
grow down by the streams?—What, don’t :Pk





—Will he go to bed early?—Oh, yes, that
I shall like—to see him washed and un- #3







=) of hands, and stamping of feet for joy. Mary &
YS" laughed, and looked pleased with Alice—
» how happy she was!

( jx) The rest of the day was not less avree-
i.






able. And it was a good day, too, with
le Alice; for she had not much time to



} to being good.
What a delight it was to sit looking in









the sea-air had made her quite well. Then
she stood by her knee watching the baby,

and kissing its little plump hands very gently

indeed. Besides this, she made it her busi-

ness to ran and fetch every thing that her

sister or little Charlie wanted. Only aunt

Grant said once,—“ I wish I could always /
see you as ready for a message, Ally!” Then

her conscience pricked her; for she recol-

lected how often she had flounced, or even

refused to go for what her aunt wanted, if

she happened to be out of humour.

CHAPTER III.

Tux next moming Alice was allowed to see
}| baby splashing in his tub before she went to
A\\ learn her psalm; and great was her delight





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they were put on, and even fastened his little
cap under his chin.

After breakfast she was to walk out with
him. But she was rather surprised that
}.< Susan would not go into the poultry-yard to.
WA sec her bantams. Alice began,— You must
go that way, for I always do.”

Susan answered,—‘ I am going to take
baby under the wall, because the wind is
B fresh, and he has a little cold.”

Alice thrust out her under-lip a little,
and tossed herhead. She said nothing, but
walked off in a stately manner towards the
poultry-yard, listening all the time for the
sound of Susan following her.

But no such thing happened, and Alice
had to go into the walled garden to her.
She had wondered that Susan did not follow





thing to make up. But Susan only said
she hoped the bantams liked their break-
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little song to baby, who first smiled, and (\
then closed his little eyes as if he was








} to Susan, but began talking at a great rate
=) to old Robert the gardener about the peaches
and apricots, and asking when they would 7
be ripe. “Why do you move the weed- gy
} basket when Susan comes round? She can












“ Because I likes to be civil, missy,” said
old Robert, as he moved it quite away.

‘When Susan came round again Alice had

joved it back again; and with a very fierce
look (which I believe made Robert smile as
¢ well as Susan) she cried out,—* I choose it
to be theres it shall stay!”

Now, silly as it may seem, Alice really
thought Susan would wonder and admire












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this; that she would look upon Alice as a |}
great person—a young lady who had great |/
power, and was able to manage every body | |
about her. Yet, as I have said, she was not
at all a silly child; but giving way to ill-
}) temper and wilfulness will make any child |
silly at the time.
Susan only said,—‘ I don’t think Master
Charlie’s mamma will let him be so wilful
~~. basket aside with her foot, singing, “ Charlie
§ my darling, my darling !”’ as she went.



Now, Alice loved a song dearly, and would

/ have given any thing to hear this song all
2 through, but Susan only hummed it from ((@

Ai time to time as baby went off to sleep; and ;

* Alice was too proud to seem to make up by
asking to hear it.

= So finished the walk; and in the humour
Alice was, it is well there was no burst when

she came into the drawing-room. But sister













Mary had promised to teach her some of the
+ map of India for her geography-lesson, and

{ map of the world; and then she
history of England to her aunt, while her
sister was writing letters; next she had her
}} little sums to do. Employment kept her
good for that time, at least she seemed good. 4
Ican hardly call a little girl good, who, after
being rude and ill-behaved, has done nothing
to make amends for it.

‘After this she was pleasantly engaged, for 65/5
she had leave to watch baby as he lay on the @
floor, all the time Susan was at her dinner,

J She put his little whistle and rattle within
his reach, and she played and laughed with
him merrily, shaking her curls in his face,
and sereaming in fun when he caught hold ?
of them. A

After dinner, too, sister Mary played on |
the pianoforte, and sang some very pretty

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heard any thing so beautiful. Her great
desire was to learn music; and her sister let
her try to sing along with her, and talked a
good deal to her aunt about the best way of
4, having her taught. Alice did not understand
it all, but she was very glad to think it was
talked of.

But by degrees the faults of little Alice
discovered themselves. Indeed she had no
plan of hiding them, for she was not a false
or sly child; her faults were of another
kind.

In a few days baby was no longer like a |\$
new plaything. Alice was fond of her dolls,

) and would often sit and talk to them as if ‘he
they were real people; she would give them |
sometimes such good advice, as shewed she
knew the way to manage herself if shel
pleased; and she usually repeated all her
lessons to them. If the dolls had had sense

















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) and speech, they might have gone through 5

all the history of England, and have said a

number of pretty little verses besides. But

baby had a great fancy for the dolls too ;

*) and as he was not old enough to under-

stand about not taking other people’s things,

they were sometimes forced to send the dolls
away. Alice did not like this.

CHAPTER Iv.
Two or three days after Mary came, the
5, gardeners were making a new flower-bed
. before the drawing-room windows, and some
? beautifal geraniums were brought to be put (
into it. Old Robert had asked Miss Ally to
1) come and help him, as he said; which meant
that she was to stand by him, and choose ¢
which geranium should be put in next; all 79
the time talking to him about the kings of
England, or her dolls, or her kitten, per-


























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haps,—and of little Charlie, of course. But
now Charlie was to be watched while Susan
P had her dinner; and Mary reminded Alice
that she had promised to do this always.
“) Alice said not a word, but looked cross and.







7 *X,\) from it. To be sure, when baby crowed,
and seized her curls, she got into good-
humour again: how could she help it, so
merry and funny as baby was? But Mary
had noticed the black cloud that came over
her bright face; indeed, she had noticed it








The next day aunt Grant ordered her
S poney-chaise, that she might take Mrs.









eee story-books, if anita not wall enough to
talk. She did not consider that there would
not be room for her to-day, because Susan
must go too. I believe, also, her aunt did
not like to tell her for fear of a burst which
0) night make her own head ache, and expose
the little girl to her sister.
But I grieve to say the burst came; for

jae the carriage came round, nurse was
obliged to tell her. She saw them from the
nursery-window. Sister Mary looked up
and nodded, not guessing Alice’s thoughts ;
and this seemed so cruel to the poor little
indulged girl, that she burst forth into
something between a roar and a scream, and
cried till she felt quite weak and ill.
Certainly it was natural she should feel
sorry and disappointed, and perhaps it was
hard not to cry. Butshe might have stopped
after the first flow of tears; she might have
got her last pretty new bk or her slate to







draw, or her dissected map ; or there was the
% SS little mat she was working in cross-stitch for
-

her sister. At least I know that if the dolls
Ke had been nanghty, she would have told them
Q) all this.

i c ‘As it was, the whole story came out when
they returned home, for nurse could not
help saying why Miss Ally looked so heavy

fA and ill. Aunt Grant was obliged to talk
s




< very seriously to her; and then Alice cried,
and said from her heart,—* I know I am
very naughty! I wish I could help it! 1}
know I feel so cross sometimes, I don’t care
for any body. I know you are very kind to |.

*

her aunt’s lap, and sobbed bitterly. i
Her aunt spoke kindly to her, and told
her that it was hard indeed to be good, but !




















, S
(Fy every day against her wilfulness. She re-

~ pray to God to forgive her, and to help her.

Poor little Alice did try, and for some
time went on more smoothly. Mary seemed
4 pleased with her, She began to give her

) her out, and ran and played with her. She 4
N was, indeed, very kind; and Alice loved
her, and looked up to her very much. She
often thought she should wish to be exactly /7 %- “AA like Mary when she grew up; and nothing S>{ TS
S(t pleased her so much as to hear people say @ &






&@\\ her eyes, or her mouth, or her smile, were
like Mary's.

Alice certainly wished to be good, but she
FS} wished to have her own way too. Often, (,
FG when she was sitting by her aunt's side in ®

the carriage, or on a little stool at the win-
dow, with her doll in her arms, seeming to
be looking out into the garden, she was
49 eM







thinking of this: How pleasant it would be ea
to be good; never to hear her aunt say, “ If
you go on so, Alice, I must send you to



% see by nurse’s looks that she would be
heartily glad to send her down stairs. In-
f stead of this, she thought how it would be
76) if her uncle and aunt were to say, “ that
®7 little Ally was always a comfort, and no
&7,\\ trouble;” and that nurse should look pleased
whenever she came into the room ; and then






then if, two or three years after, sister Mary

”) could say to little Charlie, “ Cannot you be

always good, like Alice?” \
The worst of all this thinking about being §

. \ good was, that Alice forgot to set about it.

) cage It would have been better to consider this,







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to settle with herself that the next time her ren
aunt told her to do or not to do a thing, she Y) qu \
should immediately try to obey; that she é
should watch for opportunities to give up
her own will; that she should try to think
of others as well as of herself. \

Certainly Mary Lindsay would never have
been as good and agreeable as she was, un- 7
less she had begun in this way. &



CHAPTER V.

A.crear trial of Alice’s behaviour was when

her uncle James came, as he often did, to

see them at Arlingford. Uncle James was (as .

quite young, bat just grown up, and there- 4 =

! fore he did not think so much about manag- 6

) ing Alice properly as an older uncle might Xe] Y
‘ave done, So sometimes he played with /

J her and indulged her, and sometimes he Cax

; teased her, not in ill-nature, for he was Ss













very fond of her; but he played with her

and teased her by turns, just as he did with
the little dog Flora.

When he came this time he brought her

I believe it was

a new dissected map, and besides this a very

pretty new book. After dinner she sat on

» his knee reading it very hard. The story

who had a watch to tell her when she was
going to be naughty, she liked very much.
NX At first she wished she had such a watch;

but she soon understood what it meant.
Her sister asked the name of the book ; and
Alice answered, “ Holyday Tales.”
Presently Mary said, laughing, “ Ally,
3 would it not be best not to eat your cake
all at once? Tf you were to keep one story
for dessert every day, the book would last
longers but if you swallow all your sweet















and yawning, “Ob, I have nothing I like to
do, I must read another!” And so she went
S} on through the whole book; and then she

ting quite tired of them!
Uncle James, who was sitting there too, 7



SY sorts!”
But she sat on the ground pouting, and J9§
made no answer. ) g










who Ally Croker was,—only it was an ugly j
name. So she sprang up, and turning very
red, gave him a great slap.

“1 won't be called that—I won’t bear it, |
y AT tell you !”

Uncle Grant, who was reading the news-
paper, said, “ Ally, what is all this?” but |
he took no further notice ; and aunt Grant |‘,
was reading some letters. Mary was with :7
” baby. Ny
S/ So uncle James went on teasing and ./

ney laughing, while she got more and more

“angry, saying, “ Ally”—and then stopping
short. This was as bad as if the whole name
had come out. She checked herself a little;










Saw)

should hear. At last
she looked up and saw uncle James ready to \
begin again. Her patience was gone: she
struck him with all her little strength, and.
burst into a violent roar, calling her uncle all
the names that came into her head. Hetried )\
to stop her, saying, k

“Come, come never mind! Don’t be a
baby: it is all fan, Ally!”

But still she cried; and when her aunt
said, “I cannot bear this noise—do stop
her, James”—Alice hurried away, stamping
as she went, at once into the little room
through the nursery, where she slept. She
had stopped crying, but she sobbed violently,
and kneeling down by her little bed, hid her \

FS) face against it.

Presently the door opened gently, and she
heard Mary’s step. She had wished to get
away from everybody : yet her sister had not
offended her ; s0, in answer to her question,











SRSA
f What is the matter?” she stopped her
sobs, so as to be able to say—

« Unele James is very cross and ill-natured
—he always is—he is always teasing me—I
am sure he is not good. He was doing no-
thing himself, and would not let me alone.
*{ Don’t you think, sister, he is very naughty ?



“> ought to know better.” .
‘Whatever Mary thought, for she had/heard

it all from the window, she knew Alice’s
business was with herself, She said— 4
‘. “Uncle James is not always cross, Alice. €
He bought you some nice presents ; and you
‘2. know you have told me how often he tells
AS you pretty stories about Aladdin and the
). lamp; and how he tells you what he shall
S74} shew you when you go to see him at Ox-
(? F ford. Uncle James may not know quite when
GAY, to leave off play, and he may not understand
J, little girls so well as some people. But,



And then he is not a little girl like me! He \Â¥









CELTS

Alice, when anybody teases you, as you say,
4! and you grow angry, you lose the very best
opportunity you can have for learning to be ¢
good, and to manage your hasty temper.”
Then she took her little sister on her knee,
and looking very grave as well as very kind,
she said in a low voice,— “y
“Don’t you remember what you heard in 4
the school, on Sunday, about God putting
opportunities in our way for us to practise ¢
being good? Children have hard words given
them to spell, that they may learn spelling, (PS
and hard things to learn by heart to practise 17 Sp (J
their memories. If older children had only ® x
7f\ words of three letters, would they get on a
with their reading? No. And if every body
S) always behaved quite well to you, could you (|
ever learn to bear rough behaviour and ill- ?
temper as you ought? Pray remember this,
dear little Alice. You are not under my ‘
care, and I cannot punish you. If you were,















PENGQISES

I should punish you, to help you to remem-
ber this. All I can do is, not to let you see
baby in his cot to-night, and not to give you
your music-lesson to-morrow, or sing the
little songs to you.”

Alice was now come round. She cried,
but it was for sorrow; and she kissed Mary,
and said she had been very naughty.

To this her sister answered, “ If you tell (
uncle James to-morrow that you are very
sorry,—if you can bring down your pride °
to do that, Alice, I shall hope you are in \y
earnest.”













CHAPTER VI.





| PLANS AGIAEY

“ T hope, little Alice,” said Mary, “that
| you have not forgotten that sad evening yes- //) ayy
terday?”
“No, sister, I have not. And I want to QC,
aa)

tell you :—this morning, as I said my pray-
ers, remembered about forgiving trespasses ; }) )
and 1 thought about uncle James teasing
me—for he very often does, sister, I can tell
you that—so I have quite forgiven him,
and”—

“ And not thought how very naughty you \Y
were yourself?” f

Alice turned very red.

“Yes, sister; but you can’t think how
often uncle James teases me! Yesterday,
I am sure,” swelling and tossing her head,
“he had better have been reading, or writ-
ing, or doing something to employ himself. ¢
Aunt Grant often says, ‘Do let the child /
| alone, James—I can’t bear all that noise !””

























children have no business to find fault with
their elders ; and she was very sorry to hear
Alice talk in that way, instead of think-
\.? ing how naughty she had been. She said

“ Alice, I am surprised and very sorry to
hear you talk so of your uncle. Grown people
may be thoughtless, and they are often wrong,
but this is no business of a child like you. \
It is clearly your duty to give way to your
uncle,—to give up your will to his.
very silly, as well as naughty, to mind such
teasing as that; and very wrong indeed not
to think of your aunt’s head, and to use such

never will be good till you learn to fight
against your will. How it would grieve me &
if little Charlie should ever behave as you )
often do!”









| down.”





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Mary had not spoken so severely to Alice
| before, and she felt it very bitterly. She shed \
floods of tears, hiding her face in Mary’s lap.
‘At last she stopped, and said,—

« Indeed, sister, I am sorry—very sorry.
Tell me what I shall do?”

«Tam more glad to hear you ask that than
say you are sorry, Alice. Your sorrow so
often comes to nothing. What you should
do is very plain, Uncle James will be out ()
all day; but when he comes home you should
go and beg his pardon, and own you were
very wrong. And if nurse or-any one else jy
speaks about it, you must shew that you
think you were wrong. And try to think of \f
it very often to-day, and to keep yourself \



















Alice promised, and Mary kissed her and
took her down to prayers. She did think of
her bad behaviour often that day, though
partly perhaps because she knew Mary's eye





Y was upon her, As the hour drew near for
Uncle James’s return she had many astraggle

with herself. Sometimes she hoped he would (4°

not come back to dinner. All the time she
was out with baby she thought of it, till she
longed to get it over. At last she saw him &
ride up to the door. c
She rushed into the hall, and sat waiting

on one of the chairs. He was stopping till 4

somebody came to take his horse; and then
her uncle and aunt, as well as her sister,
came in with him.

Alice’s heart swelled and her cheeks red- ©
dened.

«What, Ally, sitting here all alone!” said
he. “Well, shall we make it up ?”

she spoke she began to sob.

“Uncle James, I was very naughty to
you—and [ am—sorry—and I beg your
pardon—I'l try—not to do so again.”




















SESSA

« Heyday! this is something quite new.
I suppose sister Mary told you to do it?”

« She talked to me about it—I said I was
sorry—I told her I would beg your pardon.”” AC

Alice now felt quite humbled. Uncle
James, who really was very fond of her, i) :
took her up and kissed her heartily; and \) §
then asked if she might go with him to see ey
Flora’s puppies. L&

Leave was given, and the bonnet put on.
Alice trotted by his side to the stable. Here
he shewed her the puppy that was to be [
kept, and said,—“ Shall we call her Ally?”
| Alice was now happy and good-humoured ’
| again ; so she smiled through the tears that
were hardly dry, and said—* Shall it be
Ally Croker, uncle?””

Uncle James was pleased, and answered, ¢
“No, not Croker, only Ally, — my little
Ally.” ’

Thus all ended well for the present.
























CHAPTER VII.












Tue rest of the time that Mary stayed at
Arlingford passed much in the same way.
Alice loved Mary very much; and perhaps
the more, because she was a little afraid of
her. She loved baby too, even more than
she had expected. She was proud of being



him some pretty little ways and droll tricks |
N every day. Alice had no time for the kitten,
or the new puppy, and not much for her
«, dolls even, now she had little Charlie.

She certainly had fewer naughty fits while :
Mary was there; because, as I have said, |
(? she was rather afraid of her. But I cannot
say she was really growing good, if this was
her only reason. She did not like to hear !7
her talk of going soon to old Mr. Lindsay,

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who was her husband’s father. And when
{she first heard of Mary’s going back to
India next year, she went up into her little
room, and cried for grief.

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band. Don't you know how it grieved her {'
to leave him?” wl,
Alice said, half crying,—“ I don't think













Susan both laughed at this.

At the end of the shrubbery was a pretty
cottage belonging to Mr. Grant, with a ve- Q
randa covered with climbing plants, and the




‘When they were walking in the afternoon, &
aunt Grant said,—“ Mary, how glad I
should be, if, instead of leaving us again,
you and Charles could settle in England,



and have this cottage. See, we could add a |f
room to it, and a nursery above :—how you
would delight in this little garden! I don’t |}
know what we shall do without you.”

Mary sighed, and then smiled. “ You
}) must not put such things into my head,
dear aunt. All I dare hope for is, to be able
| to go back to him, now; and if we live to
come back some years hence, I scarcely
venture to think where we shall live. I am
sure I must not set my heart on the shrub-
bery cottage, pretty as it is.’””

Alice could not help setting her heart up-
on the cottage for Mary. She ran all over
the empty rooms, fancying how nice it
would be, and the pleasure of going to see
them every day; till as she was walking |,
home, she was roused from her pleasant
dream, by hearing her aunt and Mary talk
about railroads, and Lichfield, and old Mr.
Lindsay. At last she heard them talk of

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came on.
Alice went up to her supper very sad; she Y
felt cross and unhappy. Nothing pleased
her; and she snapped at nurse, and spoke
short to Susan. 5
While Mary and she sat by baby’s cot,
Alice said at last,—“ I wonder you don’t
like to stay here, sister. You say you like Y
the country and the garden, and to run out
) without your bonnet. And you say you
can’t have baby so much with you at Lich.
field, because he might be too noisy for his
grandpapa. He is never too noisy for us !””
She answered, —‘*I must go, because ‘
baby’s grandpapa wishes it. I think I may
be useful to him, because I can help to read
to him, and walk out with him.”
Alice knew she should not have thought

























did.
But in the course of this week she heard
something hinted at, that made her prick
up her little ears, as nurse said. ‘There was
a plan that uncle and aunt Grant should &
go to Brighton; and nurse was to take
that time for going to see her daughter in
London.

‘Where was Alice to go?

Something aunt Grant and Mary talked
of one morning in a whisper. Alice knew
she ought not to listen, so she went to talk €
to her doll; but she said to herself,—* If
sister Mary should be asking aunt Grant—
I know what!”

Alice had guessed right. Her aunt called
her to the sofa where she was sitting, while
‘Mary had taken a low stool that she might
watch baby as he rolled and laughed on the
carpet,—“ Ally, if Mary is so kind as to f





|Yeq}| my little sister very much, for my part. But,







take you with her to Lichfield, shoal you
like to go?”

‘Alice’s checks grew as red as fire, and she
clapped her hands. “ Oh, yes! yes! better
than any thing in the world! But will you?
will you”

She sprang to her sister and put her arms
round her neck. Mary kissed her very ten-
derly ; but she said—‘ You must not be *{

too sure, Ally, that it will be so very de-
| lightful. You may be disappointed.””

‘Ally was sure she could not be.

Presently, when they were alone together,
Mary put her arm round her as she stood
beside her, and said,—“ I shall like to have


















Ally, you know it is not my way to indulge (
(A) and spoil little girls; and I cannot let you ?

| give trouble to baby’s grandpapa. You know
that when I am at Lichfield, that will be my

home; I must keep you in good order.”
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Alice looked thoughtfal. “< Yes, 1 know;
and I think, sister, perhaps it will be easier }

cannot ‘keep you from being naughty,

We must come back to

You must try,

I may help you, but that is all.”
Mary left the room, and Alice sat down
N) on the little stool which her sister had left, |S

\« Oh, dear,” she said, “ I wonder if I shall €
® ever grow good! How hard it is!”

CHAPTER VIIL.

\ In was on a bright morning late in the au-
tumn, that Alice, who had never left Arling-
ford since she could remember, rose early -

g With her thoughts full of her wonderful jour~














fq| ney. Part of the day before she had spent
“Jin packing, or what she fancied packing.
She had been as busy in her way as Susan
had been. She had to put her lesson-books
together, and to choose what books she
yw should take for her amusement. Mary ad- })
vised her to take her books of natural his-
tory rather than stories; because she said
the stories, which were pleasantest at first,
would not bear reading over so often, and
that she would be sooner tired of them.
Then there were the dolls,—the two eldest
‘| dolls were to go, and their clothes were to be
A put up. ‘Then Alice wondered what clothes
N of her own were to go. She was pleased to
see her little cape and her winter stockings
packed up, because it seemed as if she was to |
stay a long while. She never doubted that
' she should like staying at Lichfield. Nor
did she think much about being sorry to
j eave her aunt or nurse till the time came,







Y ‘Then she was part from them,
“,y and kissed them over and over again, beg-
{ ging them to write to her and tell her every
es would have such patience with her as nurse.
About Susan, she could not tell whether she
would be glad or sorry to have her. Some-
times it had come into her head that Susan
might not so very much like it. Alice, you 4
may suppose, had some reason to think
Anyhow, the great day was come. Alice
could hardly eat any breakfast; she bustled
up and down stairs, waiting for the carriage,
or saying good-bye to all the servants, and
Y] wondering sometimes what baby thought of
(Pit. Once more she kissed her aunt: her
Ak uncle, who was going part of the way with
them, lifted her into the carriage, where her
sister, Susan, and the baby were already seat-
ed; and in a short time they had reached











If you have ever seen a railroad, you can
fancy how little Ally stood watching for the
train; how she chattered to her uncle about

of some strange monster in some story that |
uncle James had told her; and how she

thought of stories and monsters, till she 8)
started at hearing the bell which gave no- a
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tice that the train was coming that was to
take them.

Alice sat opposite to little Charlie, ana
played with him till he fell asleep. And
then she had time to settle with herself what }f
sort of a place Lichfield would be, and what





like, and what the Close meant. Sometimes §
she felt a little afraid of Mr. Lindsay; she
supposed he could not be used to wilful child-
ren. But she meant to leave off being alll
now; indeed, she fancied that being gooa fs
would somehow come quite easy in a a









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\ place. And then she thought a good deal ,¢
about some little children who were to come }4
to play with her. This very seldom hap-

)* pened at home.

'- These thoughts, and looking out of the AX














seem to fly by them, and asking questions

about all she saw, made the journey seem
) short. 4
‘And now they left the railroad, parted
e\o with their uncle, and got into a carriage that ‘
was waiting for them. At last she, like ‘}
(¢ baby, fell asleep, and was roused by hearing
Susan say,
“ Look, Miss Alice—there is the cathedral !
‘ We are nearly there !”
Alice looked eagerly, and already longed
for the next morning, when Mary had pro-
mised she should go to the cathedral, ma
which she had heard much from her sister, ;











a
And now they had driven through the ¢, A 2
streets, and quite close to the cathedral, and Y) gx,
had stopped at the door of a large old house, f os
with a small garden in front, and a much £
larger one behind. In a minute or two Alice Sie §
found herself following Mary, the corner of ) C
whose shawl she held tight, into a large
room, Mary carrying baby to shew him at ey
once to his grandpapa and aunt, Miss Lind- \ & f /,
say. Kea

‘Alice's head was confused with being in a
strange room and seeing strange faces. She 3
seemed only half to hear what was saying XU.’
about letters from India, and who heard last \@\e
| from baby’s papa— and all that grandpapa pe

and aunt said to Charlie, and who they ey



thought him like. iy
She began to think she was forgotten ; but NX d¢ £

Mary was not likely to forget her little sister. 7

She took her very kindly to old Mr. Lindsay &

and his daughter. They both kissed her,
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and they said she seemed to belong to them
? because she belonged so much to Mary.
She was very quiet, being very tired, and
YL was glad to go up with Susan and have her
'# supper, and to go to bed that night in baby’s

CHAPTER IX.
‘Tie next was a very happy day. Alice got «\
Sup fresh and merry, stood at the window to >
look at as much as she could see of the y

’. cathedral, and then went to her sister. After (S}





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pictures hanging on the walls. Miss Lind-
say lifted her up to see some prints of the
inside of the cathedral, and she wondered if
it could really be like that.

Presently the bells began, and her sister
told her to run for her bonnet, and to gether
Prayer-book. She was ready long before the
rest ; and while Mary walked with Mr. Lind-
say, Miss Lindsay took her hand. It seemed A,
but a step,—and now they were within the ) 29

cathedral. }
‘(| Alice was struck with wonder, and almost
with fear. She had never seen any building 5
'(® so large. ‘The people at the other end seemed,
she said, so very, very far off; and the painted
| 50 beantifal! She whispered eagerly a great |
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windows—oh, she had never seen any thing ¢
many questions to Miss Lindsay about the
little boys in white who were to sing, and

about the organ. Indeed, when they were
in their places, and the organ began, little
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‘Mice trembled, and almost wished herself

away. But she soon got over this; and then

the singing seemed so beautiful, she wished
i it might never end. Mary pointed to the
place in her Prayer-book, that she might
remember what she was about during the |
prayers; and she guided Alice’s little fore-
“finger to the verses of the Psalms,—for, not
being used to hear them sung, she was always
“ losing the place at first.

After service, when they came into the
outer part of the cathedral where the prayers
are never said, they joined some ladies and €
children who came out at the same time.
These were friends of Mary’s, the mother of
the children particularly ; and after they had
said how pleasant it was to meet again in f
such a place, Mrs. Murray called her two
little girls and said,—

“ Here is little Alice Grant; you must be
kind to her, and make her at home. I hope



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she will come to play with you, and that you
will be good friends.”

without speaking, and looked shyly at each
other under their bonnets. Then they took
her hands, one on each side, and walked a
with her after the rest of the party, who
took two or three turns up and down, be-
tween the pillars of the cathedral, talking,
though not loud. Alice’s companions looked
kindly at her, but did not speak. She won-
dered who would begin first. At last she $>/
said, “ Do you often come here ?”

‘And then the two little girls began to tell ®
her one thing after another.

“ We come when we are good: we do like
it very much, We live quite close, on the (|
other side: that was our papa who read 7
some of the prayers. Yes, we have a pretty
garden, something like Mr. Lindsay’s. You
are to come and play with us. Alice shall

















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see our garden, Lucy, and our baby. T won-
der if little Charlie Lindsay is bigger. Alice, |/\'
have you bronght your dolls?” yy
She was very much pleased at hearing
them call her “Alice ;” and now she asked
their names, and said their straw bonnets
were just like hers. And from that they got
to talk about their story-books, and their les-
sons, and about learning music. This lasted |}
till they got to Mr. Murray’s door, where |/-
they had to part. But Mary said that Alice
should come with Susan and the baby to walk
with them in their garden after her dinner.
They all looked pleased; and then Mary
told Alice, as they walked home, that she
mf believed they were very good little girls, and

i



Alice could scarcely eat her dinner, she was

so eager to go; but she knew it was of no

() use to hurry Susan, for Susan always did |?

things regularly and quietly.
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-” she hoped they would be often together. |







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‘The time spent in the garden was very
agreeable. There was a great deal to be
looked at, as well as a great deal to talk
about, so that they scarcely had time for
play. But afterwards, the two little girls
took Alice up into their play-room, and
shewed their dolls and baby-house, and heard
all about hers.

Mrs. Murray had two girls and three boys.
Lucy was a little older than Alice, and Emily
















to school in the day-time; and Johnnie was
a merry little fellow, not four years old.
‘Then there was the baby, who had a name
| of course, and I believe it was Henry; but he !
~)| was always called baby. A
Alice came home full of spirits ; and having *
now got over her shyness, she amused Mr. ©
Lindsay by telling him of all she had seen
and heard, and describing the cathedral, as
if he did not go there every day himself. -

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band’s letters to Mr. Lindsay.
When she went to bed, she said to her-
self, “ Well, it is as I thought! I knew I &
~ should be quite good when I came to Lich- ,
field! I have been good these two days, and §)
it has been no trouble either !” é
(Do you really think Alice could grow good
at once, without any trouble? I should think
not. She had only been good because she
was amused ; or rather, I should say, she had
not been troublesome. I could not say that
Alice had been really good, unless she had
had a struggle with herself, and had got
the better. The naughtiness was still there,
though nothing had happened to bring it out.











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CHAPTER X.

For some days, indeed, things went on pretty \
well, Alice had so much to think of and to
enjoy; the cathedral every morning, and a
walk perhaps in Mr. Murray’s garden after-
wards with her little friends. ‘Then she be-
gan to learn music of a lady who taught
thems and took her lessons with them. Old (
Mr. Lindsay and his daughter were very kind |
to her; and Mary found time to teach her
her lessons, as well as to talk and play with
her; and she was just enough afraid of dis-
pleasing them all to keep her from behaving (4
ill, Indeed, she did wish very much to please
her sister. She had quite sense enough to
know that Mary was a good pattern for any
body. She sometimes heard Mrs, Murray
say,— SS.

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of herself. The great comfort of her life,
poor thing, now she is away from her hus- )*
band, is her baby. But instead of walking














Lindsay, because he likes to have her. And
UY she sits reading to him to save his eyes, when
she would so heartily enjoy a game at romps (@
with her child.” 4
And Mrs. Murray added,—
“She is so cheerful and patient, nobody

but her own friends would think how sad é

) it is for her to be so far from her husband. ‘|
/$ She hardly lets herself talk about it.’””






Alice, as I have said, wished she could be
Tike Mary ; but somehow she did not consi-
‘0 der, that because she thought too much of -
herself, she must be very unlike her.

Her great danger now was when she was
out of Mary’s sight, and with the little Mur-
rays. For Lucy and Emily were two gentle, °)2





















not so tall or strong as Alice: she was never
“| violent or passionate, though she might some-
times fret, and look unhappy ; but this was
the only thing about her that wanted alter-
ing. Little Emily, though more lively and
merry, was sweet-tempered too. They were
delighted with their new playfellow; and
thought her very clever to learn music so
quickly, and to be so fond of her history, and
to know so much about her maps. They
thought her equally wonderfal at play; and
when she sat talking to her dolls likeagrown-
up person, they stood by, listening and ad-
miring. So at play she always settled what
they should do, and who should begin. In-
deed, she took very much her own way; and
as the others let her have it so, there was, of
course, no quarrelling.

One day, however, it rained, and they
were to be together in their play-room. It
was settled they were to be a governess and



















her scholars. ‘They pretended to practise on

a little table, which they called their piano-
fortes but though little Emily acted the part
of a good girl with all her might, Alice, who
z liked to act punishing, would have it she

2. $# was wrong. She stopped her ears, and cried
out, “She could not bear to hear that wrong ((
note. Miss Emily did it on purpose; and
she must stand up on the high stool, for a
punishment.”

Emily said, “Indeed it was right; I meant
2 it to be right: that is not fair, Ally !”’

q) But Alice lifted her up on the stool. And
(WOAS& now, as it is difficult to say when such play
yy will come to earnest, I cannot tell whether |

eZ 5) Alice knew how much Emily minded it; but
®) she began to cry ; for not being used to stand
. up so high, it made her giddy.
*, “ You must stay!”” cried Alice; “ you shall §
stay!” and Emily cried still. Lucy, who
44 was pretending to be at her drawing-lesson,
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did not like this for Emily, though she might ©
not have minded it for herself. “Don’t do
it, Ally!” she said. “Emily is in earnest ;
you must not make her ery!”

But Alice answered,—

You know she is naughty; so she must
stay.””

Poor Lucy was near crying too, when Alice
pushed her away. “I must go and call Ed-
ward,” she said, “ if you won’t stop!”

‘And Edward, who was in his own room,
hearing an uproar, looked in.

« Heyday, young ladies, what is all this?”

“Oh, Edward, tell Ally not to play so!
Emily does not like it: take her down !””

Edward lifted Emily down at once, saying,

“T can tell you, Miss Alice, I won’t let

io you bully my sister. You do it too much a ¢
-\\ great deal. She shall not play with you.
Come into my room, Emily, and don’t cry;
I will shew you the box I am making.”













which frightened poor Lucy, and made her (i
J quite unhappy. However, Alice soon stop-
ped, and took up a book as if to read, till
Susan called to take her home.

‘When Mary came to bring her down to
her dinner, which she had when the luncheon
was brought in, she could guess by Ally’s
looks what had happened.

She took her into her room afterwards to
question her, and then all came out. Alice
owned she had been wrong, and said she
‘was very sorry. Mary said, that to be sorry
was not enough, unless she remembered to
© behave better another time.

“T must help you to remember it,” she
said, “You must not go to the cathedral 4
to-morrow, or to Mrs. Murray’s; and I shall @
not read a story to you in the evening.””
Alice could answer nothing, for she knew



















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her sister was right. She could not forget
| her fault when Mary went to the cathedral












CHAPTER XI.

Now came a day that Alice expected to be 3
a very happy ones but perhaps you know
that her very happy days were also danger- *
ous ones.

‘The Murrays were to come after the ca-
thedral-service to dine and drink tea with
her. They were to amuse themselves toge-
ther in the house and in the garden all the
time between dinner and tea, till it was dark.
Alice looked forward to it with great delight, Gl
for she liked receiving visitors, and feeling
like a grown-up lady, when she invited them
to sit down, and offered them what they “
wanted at dinner, besides making tea in the



























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little old-fashioned teacups, which I believe |
had belonged to Miss Lindsay’s grandmother.
Then she had little Charlie to shew off, with
all his funny tricks; and her playthings and
books to bring out. Besides, she chose what |
) games they should play at; and though she
seemed very civil and kind, yet she had very
much her own way with her little friends.
| At least it was so with the girls. Edward
<{ was too old to come and play with her; and
little Johnnie, who was the pet of his sisters, |;
did not quite understand giving way so readily.
Some time in the afternoon,—I can hardly
tell how it happened, and nobody could after-
wards say in what way the squabble began,—
( buta squabble there was. Alice perhaps was
yy rough with Johnnie; Johnnie made use of his
‘| little hands and feet to strike and kick Alice, !
first in play, and then in earnest. Luc f
(drew him away, but Alice could not keep |?
quiet. She said, Johnnie should do what |



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} she told him,—she would make him do it.
Johnnie answered, “I won't be made by
you, Ally! I am not yours—I am Lucy’
I don’t mind you—you are naughty some-
times, and Lucy is not. I love Lucy, and I
don’t love you!” :
“Johnnie, Johnnie!” said Lucy ; “please
don’t say that; don’t be rude to Ally!”
But he went on, and Alice got very angry,
the more because what he said of her was
partly true. She quite forgot herself, and
struck the little boy very hard, so as to hurt {7)
him a good deal, and he burst forth into a
5, loud ery.
Lucy’s cheeks grew very red. She was not
often angry; but now she said,—
\) “Alice, how-can you? Such a little boy !
—you would not let him alone, He might
) be wrong, but you should not have beat him






























flew into a violent passion with Lucy, and
Susan, who now came in, could not quiet
her. Ishould be sorry, for poor Alice’s sake,
to repeat all the violent things she said and
did. She had never had a worse fit. At last
Susan called her sister.

When Mary Lindsay opened the door,

the sight of her, though she began com-
plaining of the others. Her sister said
gravely,—

“Stop, Alice. I know you are very wrong.
{SY You are in a sad state indeed. You must

come away into the white room next to mine,
and stay there.”

Alice had quite lost her reason.

“T won't go! you are very hard on me, \
~) sister! You always take their part—I won't
go! Iwon’t mind you—I’ll go home!” And
when Mary took her hand to lead her away,
she hung pack, and held fast with one hand







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to the table, screaming with all her might.
The little girls could scarcely help crying, and
Johnnie ran out of the room.

Mary desired Susan to carry Alice into the
white room, and unloosed her hand from the
table in spite of her efforts. Susan half drew,
half carried her into the white room, by which
time her strength had given way, and she
was breathless and weak with screaming and
crying. ,

When Susan left her, she threw herself on
the floor, saying every angry thing that came
uppermost, as fast as her sobs would let her,
though no one was by to hear.

“How ill-natured! how cruel! what a
cruel sister Mary is! I never will love her /
again—I won’t stay here one moment longer
to be ill-used—I will go home, if I walk all
the way—if I run out into the streets, and


























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me—nobody is kind to me—they all hate
me—they make me naughty ——””

And so she went on, as she lay rolling on
? the floor, like a person in violent pain. Did
she really believe all she was saying? Some-
thing within her—the naughty part of poor
little Alice—said all these angry things ; but {



when she came to herself, i

All at once she stopped, for the door was
gently opened. She had a hope it might be "A
Mary; and she determined to reproach her «
with her unkindness, and not to give way till
she was coaxed to be good. She had done #
this before at home, with nurse.

But it was only Susan, who said—

“Miss Alice, your sister says, if you will 4
leave off making a noise, you may go into her
room, where there is a fire. If not, you must
stay in the cold here, because you disturb









Mr. Lindsay. She says you cannot go any
more to the Miss Murrays.”

This was very different from what Alice
expected ; she only made more noise. N
“T don’t want any of you! go away, Su-
san—go along to your dear Murrays ; I mean

to stay alone here?”

When Susan had shut the door again,
Alice sprung up, and walked, or rather flew,
about the room.

“So they are all very happy without me:
that is the way Mary gives me pleasure!
She has got me away from home, to shut me
up in this nasty cold room —”









garden.
“There they are—all quite happy. How
cruel! how hard!” and she burst into a loud

fit of crying again.










4 for Alice, though Mary did what she could
to amuse them. Mary could not feel happy ¥
herself either; but she felt she was quite
\ right in not giving way. Alice ought to have
\, known that every thing her sister did was in Z
‘u} kindness ; but pride and anger blinded her. })
DY When she was tired of crying, she would not }
: go into her sister’s room, lest it should be
2 thought that she was softened,













CHAPTER XII.

N room, and it seemed like half a day to
Q



S
i —all but the right things. “What would tr
aunt Grant and nurse say? Would they take (°S
her part? Could she really gethome? And @

€ ‘e All sorts of things passed through her mind











to Mary again if she could help it, or to
“| baby; but thinking of baby very nearly
melted her; and if she had thought, too, of
all Mary’s kindness, of her tenderness when
she came to her little bed at night to give
her a last kiss; but Alice would not think of
this,—she would only listen to her pride and
wilfulness. And so, she never thought of the
most serious thing of all—she never thought
Who she offended most by this ill-behaviour.
Though she felt more unhappy than she had
ever done in her life, she did not pray in her D

heart to be forgiven, and to be set right. i
I will stay here till they ask me to come
ont, ifT stay all night! I will not ext oF way










‘| drink—I will starve! And then what will
they do?” i;
Poor Alice, though not naturally a silly
child, was silly enough now to think this.
As her anger spent itself in this way, she
began to feel cold and tired. She felt as if











she had been alone in that white room a year.
She looked at the sprigs on the paper, at the
pattern on the carpet, and then at an old
picture, till she was tired. ‘The picture was
of an old lady, with a very long waist, and a
strange head-dress. She looked grave; and
it seemed to little Alice as if she frowned at
her. She looked away, and began to make
a hole in her frock bigger, by poking her
finger through it.

“I wonder if Mary will come to see what

Tam doing. If she does, I won't speak to

her,” said she, putting herself bolt upright













might be set firm on the ground.
“wish she would come, that she might
just see! Tt must be near the time she goes
into the nursery.”
She did hear Mary’s step, which she al-
ways knew so well; she conld hear her go
into the nursery; she could hear Charlie

oo



TALS AVIG EY,

/ on the edge of an arm-chair, that her feet |









crowing and laughing to her. ‘Then she
thought of the nice cheerfal nursery, and of XM
the game of play that she used to have with
Mary and baby ; bat still she would not give

3} way. She never asked herself why she was

4 holding out in this manner, or what good
5 could come of it. After a time she ica (8
Y Mary come from the nursery; but she went
down stairs at once. PD
“She is gone, then—gone down, without

A) violently and loudly. She was only stopped (7
by Susan, who again opened the door.
“Will you be quiet, and go into your sis-
ter’s room, Miss Alice?”
“T won't speak to you—go along. Mary
must come—she shall come!” '
Susan made no answer, but went away. ¢
Sf As it happened, she left the door a little
open. And you can scarcely think what a







prison, as it seemed to her, only that little e
) bit open. She might see somebody going
by. Mary must come that way to dress
for dinner very soon, for it was getting late.
If Mary saw the door open, could she help
coming in?

‘Alice looked out of the window, and saw
her little visitors going home. ‘They had had
their tea, and were really gone; and so this
3 day, that began so happily, had ended.
Every thing looked cheerless and gloomy. §
\ The sky was dark, and night coming on. Q




. The white room seemed more dismal than
any room she had ever been in. If she could
see only a bit of Mary’s blue dress as she
went by—yes, Alice could not deny that it
would be a comfort. ‘But I won’t speak to
her—not a word: no! Now hear the door
open—she is coming up stairs; she is not 1
singing, as she often docs. I wonder whe-
eg she thinks at all about me? How





cruel! how hard!” she began again, loud
4| enough for Mary tohear. ‘Then she thought ¥,
to herself, “ Yes, she is coming—that is her
blae gown; I can see it though it is almost
dark. She is gone by—quite gone!””

There was one hope more. Mary must
go down when she is dressed. And now
she is coming. Alice sees the door open
—how quick her heart beat then! The
door is quite open—and Mary is in the
room!

For a moment Alice felt a longing to fly
to her—to cling toher; but alas! pride got
the better. She stood up with a toss of her
head, kept down her sobs, and said with a 4
~}| haughty air,—
) “Well?”



usual smile; not so much angry, as sad and
grave. She hardly looked at Alice, as she
walked towards the window.





















* Alice,” she said, “if you are very sorry
—if you feel how wrong you have been, tell
me so. Whenever you can, I am ready to
i hear it.”
‘This was different indeed from Alice’s hope
of being coaxed to say she was sorry. Mary
asked her no questions, so she could make
(no proud answer. She stood swelling, and
keeping down her sobs. Mary spoke again
I do not mean to leave you here; you
might take cold. I am going to take you §
into my room. Susan has some work to do 4
there, and she will stay with you. She will €
bring you some supper, and undress you at
B ) bed-time. If you have any thing to say to
(s me, Alice—any thing you ought to say,—
° WX ask Susan to let me know.”
ai Mary stopped for a few moments. Will §
Alice speak? will she be moved? c
‘Alice’s little heart seemed near bursting 5
but she did not speak.
















SANGRE ee
She tured away and hid her face in the

bed-curtain. If she had looked in Mary’s
face, she must have given way.





steadily led her into her room. Can Alice
help clinging to herhand now? Poor Alice! ai
pride and wilfalness have indeed got the bet-

ter of her. a









CHAPTER XIII.

Axice would not own to herself how cheer- 9/PS
fal Mary’s room looked with a nice fire, > 8
She warmed herself by it, but settled that
she would not. eat any supper.

“And then I shall be very ill; and then
SS) Mary will be unhappy !””

ust then she seemed to feel a sharp prick ¢
within her. So she was really wishing to
make Mary unhappy! How often, when ©
Alice had seen her look sad, or uneasy, she


























Y had wished she could do any thing in the
world to make her otherwise. This thought
softened her a little. Perhaps, too, she
wanted an excuse for satisfying her hunger.
‘G9 So when Susan came with her supper, she

sons with her sister.
How heavily the time seemed to pass! Su-



&) your sister first?”
Alice leaned her head on her knees, and {
only said, in a sorrowful and complaining





“If Mary eared for me, she would come;
she would not leave me up here with nobody
but you. She does not care for me at all
nobody here does!”

So she went on, trying to persuade her-
self, if not others, that she was ill-used,—
wilfully turning away her eyes from her own
wrong behaviour.

She did not, however, refuse to follow Su-
san into her little room next the nursery, or
to be undressed. She could not but think
of other good and happy evenings. How
she used to watch baby while he was un-
dressed, and talk and laugh with her sister *
while he was playing and splashing in his \:
tub. And then how Mary used to shew him
the litle picture of his papa, which she had, a&
and teach him to kiss it, and wish it good
night; and how Alice herself used to wish pS
her brother Charles good night, and tell him ¢/




































{}) used to kiss her then. Ob, how sad Alice .
felt now! And when it was time to say her ¥7
prayers, how could she say them as she

feelings? She said them, it is true, kneeling
by her little bed-side as usual; but how they
were said I can scarcely tell you, only that
she felt more unhappy than before.
Susan stopped one moment when she was (4.
in bed. @
“Good night, Miss Alice.””
Good night!” answered Alice, almost \y
A choking; and she hid her head under the 9)

{o Then all that unhappy day seemed to pass
before her eyes. All seemed worse now than {{
at the time. What would she not give now @~
if Mary would but come, and say one word (>)





disobedient conduct towards one set over
her. And so her bitter sorrow, as she lay .¢
| awake in the dark, did her no good.

She felt quite tired, and her head ached
very much, i
should be very ill; and if she were to die! 9 >
‘Then she was very much frightened, and cried
bitterly, as she lay under the bed-clothes.

She cried herself asleep, but awoke after a
time, She thought it must be the middle of
the night, every thing was so still. They
must be all in bed. It seemed as if the
morning would never come; and when it
iJ) did, what sort of a day would the next be?
She thought of the way in which she had S
said her prayers, not thinking of one right
thing. She knew she was not fit to say
them ; and how should she ever be fit again ?
She thought, too, that her best friends did
not care for her; and what would become of


















her? Then poor little Alice prayed in her
heart to God to help her; and next, to help
her to be sorry, and to be good.

Now she seemed to know what todo. She
{ Jonged to see somebody, that she might own
she was sorry. If Alice can make that first
step—if she can do something right, as well
> as mean to do it, all may be well.
¢ She wondered whether Susan was really §





swer. She began to cry again; but this was 4
not an angry or wilful cry. Susan heard it.

i And now Alice could hear her come in the

“ Miss Alice, what is it?”

\, “Oh, Susan, I am so unhappy; I can’t

{j bear the dark; I can’t sleep. [am very §
sorry, indeed I am, now! Sister Mary is in
‘\ bed—she can’t come to me. Is not she in “
bed, Susan?”

































Wy \

«Yes, Miss Alice, I suppose she is; it is
very late. But stop a minute,”

She heard Susan go out of the room; but
now she felt some hope.

It was not long before the door opened,
and Mary herself came in. She was in her ,\
dressing-gown, and held a lamp in her hand.
Oh, how that sight seemed to revive poor
little Alice! How long it seemed since she
had seen Mary’s sweet face. And she had
left her warm bed to come to her then, just
as she would have done if baby had been ill.
So she had not given Alice up yet.

Mary knelt down by the bed without
speaking, while Alice sobbed and cried, |

“T can’t speak—I can’t say it; but TY
want to say I am sorry, sister!”

Mary knew it; and she stooped over her
little sister, and kissed her face all wet with
tears. And Alice threw her little arms round





CASES RI RIES

“Indeed, Alice, I did not think you would
have gone on as you have done—how it
grieves me!”

“ O, sister, if you will but forgive me—I
will try now—but I have said so before” —

‘And then she cried again. Mary knew
it was right she should feel it bitterly, and
she did not try to comfort her at once; but
she did not draw away from her grasp—she
kissed her again.

“Could you say your prayers, Alice,
when you were feeling so dreadfully pas-
4 sionate and wilful?”

“No, I could not say them rightly; and
that frightens me so. Sister, I am sorry
¢ now; I am not angry with any body. May
I say my prayers again?—may I get out of {
bed and say them?”

Mary said she might; and as Alice got
up, she took the shawl from her own shoul-

3
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ders and threw it round her little sister, lest
a



>| still wet with her tears. But how much







she should take cold. Alice remembered it
afterwards. It shewed that Mary was not








ness, not anger.

When Alice had finished, Mary kissed
her, and said, "

“ It is very late; you must go to sleep 4
now, and I must talk to you to-morrow.
Now you have said your prayers more as ¢
you ought to do, I hope, Ally, you will be
able to sleep. Good night, and God bless
you!”

She took her lamp in her hand, and left
the room. Alice watched her as she went,
and then laid her head again on the pillow,















easier she was than before, though still very ?
unhappy! It would have been sad, indeed,

I if she had not been unhappy. But now she
had only to be angry with herself, and to

WS AES OSD





















to think of every thing that had hap-
pened, as Mary thought of it; and trying ¥
to do this, her bad behaviour became more {



CHAPTER XIV.
Antex woke the next morning with a strange ¢
7) weary feeling, and it was some time before
she could remember why. When Susan
called her, she said that her sister wanted
her in her room as soon as she was dressed.
® She finished her dressing in silence, said her



< not trotting, or stamping with her feet mer-

rily, as usual, to give notice that she was

coming. She wondered whether she was to

go to the cathedral as usual. She dreaded
more than any thing seeing the Murrays.

Yeo! kissed her bal and gravely, She





did not tell her to fetch the Bible to read
the Morning Lessons, so she supposed she
was to go to the service. She asked,
« Shall 1 get my lesson-books, sister?”
Then Mary said,

“No; I want you to sit on this stool by
me, that I may talk to you instead.” J
‘Then Mary told her how much she had

been thinking of her ill-behaviour.
“Tt was well for you, Alice, that you








being frightened that brought you round, y,
Alice?”





seemed to have no friend left. I thought if .$
p I was to die”—

{And do you know, dear little Alice,
that people may go on doing wrong till they
leave off being frightened, and their consci-
ence gets quite dead? And what is to be-
come of them then?”











KOR DASORTS IE

Alice leant her head on her sister’s knee,
hiding her face. i7
“ This should warn you what people feel
who harden their hearts by doing wrong;
and while their hearts are hard, God will
}) not forgive them, Alice. You have learnt

this at your lesson. What you felt last
\) night should make you think of what you
learnt about it, and practise it. Alice, that | J
time when I came into the white room, and
you would not give up, how frightened I |
( was for you! You were trying with all;
your might to harden your heart. You were
saying things to yourself to harden your-
self.”
g Alice was frightened to think it was so. ||
She sobbed, and could not speak. She was |
/ \ quite melted and humbled now. At last !
she said,
“Oh, I shall never be good! Thave tried |
very often, but it’s no use, sister! Tcan’t





































*) help my passions and my naughty fits—they
§) will come!”

“ Mary put her arm round her as she stood
{ up by her.

« My little Alice, this is quite as wrong
in another way—quite against what you re-
peat so often about your Catechism. You
Know every body can be good if they will; Bop
for you know Who has promised to help
them.”

“Yes, sister, I remember. I know I
ought to try; and I know I ought to pray 4, 9
to God to help me, for Jesus Christ’s sake,”
bowing her head as she spoke. “I do try.
j I do say my prayers to be good. But I am
not.”

“You are quite mistaken, dear little Alice,
—quite, entirely mistaken. You do not try.
X You have been baptised; and only last Sun- ¥
day you told me, when I was teaching you,








' God's grace given them, they are able to be

\\ good if they try—that is, when they are old )

enough to try. Without God’s grace you
could not be good, I know.”
“So, then,” said Alice, sadly, “«T suppose
Ido not try enough.” ‘
“Nos that is what I meant when I said {

when you say your prayers, and ask to be 4}

helped to be good, you let it all go out of
your head when your prayers are over.”
Alice was silent for a time. At last she}

yer as she used to do when she wanted 4
to be listened to, and said: }
“Yes, sister Mary; but you don’t quite

sorrowfully : “ you have no trouble in being

good. It always came easy to you, I know.

‘You don’t know what trouble I have!”
Mary's look change as if she was think.





“You ‘are fare mistaken’ thai ever) iy
poor little Ally. Every body has plenty of
trouble with themselves. It is not easy to
be good. Tt gets easier the more we try,
but it is hard work to every body.

{ must not mind hard work, Alice. Our Fa-

be good for us. And as for my finding it
2 always easy, O Alice, if you had seen me
when I was very little, you would not have #f
>, said so!”
, “ Were you really naughty, sister?” said
Alice, gladly,—* quite like me? And you
)" did contrive then to grow good? And you
can tell me how? Can you?—will you?”
Mary smiled.
« Why, I was not naughty exactly in the }
same way. I believe I was fretful and discon-
tented, and what my nurse called tiresome.”

















‘ And who taught you to be good?” ;

Mary kissed Alice, and said, in a low }S
woice,

“God gave me a good mother. Before
she died she tried to put me in a right way.
x She used to tell me I could be good because &

) Thad been baptised.”

Allice said thoughtfully,

“Thave no mamma now.”

Mary again kissed her, and said,

“But I will help you, dear little Ally, if you
will help yourself. God puts people in our
way to help us till we can go alone, We shall €



carefally at first, and then letting him hold
by a chair, till he can go alone. I may be
your chair, Alice,” said Mary, smiling ; and
then Alice smiled through her tears. “ If
you will attend to me, and watch what
I say, and how I look when you are in
danger of forgetting, then I hope you will








improve, as Charlie will do in his walk-




iny

” But when I go home, sister, I shall
have nobody to do that. You know I have
my own way at home,”

“ T know aunt Grant is often ill and not
able to attend to you, and nurse is too in-
dulgent. But, Ally, this is your time; and,
as I said, if you take pains while I am with
you to watch you, I believe you will be
helped to manage yourself when you go V
home, But now we must think what is
next to be done. I want you to keep your
behaviour yesterday in your mind, and to
keep yourself down for a day or two; and
not to expect to be petted and noticed. You \
+] must see the Murrays, and bear the disgrace
meekly. You must behave to them as you
now know you ought to do. I shall see by
your way of going on whether you feel all
this as you should. Now go to your break-


























fast. You may come down to prayers, and
then you can come up stairs and learn your
lessons till service-time.”

Susan now brought baby, who stretched
out his little hands to Ally after his mother
had taken him. But Ally stood quietly, till
Mary said, “You may kiss Charlie, and
then go to breakfast.”

When Alice came down to prayers, Mr.
Lindsay and his daughter kissed her, but
id not say any thing to her. She was glad

3 to go up stairs. But she feared to see the

* ean, she feared it more and more. é
The most dreaded time was when they
Sp) came out of the cathedral. Alice walked
RY auietly by her sister; her head, which was
@ often rather too high, was now bent down, 4¢
as if she was trying to read the half-worn
words on the tombstones of the pavement.
She did not then know how much her







Tittle companions grieved for her. ‘These
little kind, gentle girls knew she had no

mother; and they made that an excuse for \()g ‘)
her conduct. “She was an only child too,”” SiG :
they said, “and not used to other children.” ¢{¢ (oni
It had gone to their hearts to play in Mr. Sey
Lindsay’s house and garden, while Alice was %
alone in the white room. And when Mrs. i Ys
Murray went to kiss Lucy after she was in 78

bed, she had found her erying she told her 7
mother it was for little Ally—she wishea C\/8

she knew if she had grown good, and = Na





been let out of the white room.

And now they longed to speak to her, but
did not know how to begin. Mary had told
‘Alice she should let Mrs. Murray know every
thing, and tell the little girls that she was
sorry for her behaviour. When they came
out of the great door, Mary turned with
Mrs. Murray towards their house, leading
Alice. Then the little girls crept round on












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CHAPTER I.

Lrrrze Alice Grant was standing at her £7

J nurse’s knee one fine summer evening, al- \
most ready to jump into bed. Nurse was

brushing her long curling hair with the little “f

7 soft brush that Alice liked to fecl, but this

> evening she had hardly patience to stand SMym

still till the last curl was finished. “ Make \@X¢ Y

haste, nurse!” she said: “Oh, do be quick! (gl

the sooner I am in bed and asleep, the sooner /

to-morrow will come!” 6
§

The new housemaid, Sally, who was sit-
J ting by at her needlework, asked why Miss



Alice was in such a hurry for to-morrow;
but before nurse could answer, Alice cried
7











SS

out,—“ Why, because Sister Mary and her

walk and run with me too, better than poor
aunt can do, for she can hardly walk at
all; and I shall have the baby instead of

dolls; that is, when baby is good, and Tam
five years old and past. I think I shall have
done with dolls soon ; the baby is so young

a good deal which you ought to know before
We go on.



and mistress, Mr. and Mrs. Grant, had no

taken little Alice under their care when her
father and mother died in a distant country,
)} in India. And she knew that Mrs. Grant
was sickly, and not able to walk or play



baby are coming, to be sure; and she will ¥





Sally already knew that her new master

children of their own; and that they had j,













with Alice, though she taught her, and kept
4s her with her most of the day.

(¢ But nownurse had to tell her about sister
FAG Mary, whom she called Mrs. Lindsay, and
XY whose expected visit seemed almost to turn
QVA the head of little Alice. She was very much
older than Alice, being her half-sister; that
<)) is, they had the same father, though not the
same mother. Sister Mary was married, and
had one little baby. She had been obliged
to leave her husband, Captain Lindsay, in













(- live in that hot country if she stayed longer.

This was a sad trouble to her. She came
jhome across the sea with her little one,
hoping to be able to go back to her hus-
'} band after she got well and strong. And
f, first she was coming to see aunt Grant and @*



BANE
Mary’s letters from India aloud to her uncle, |¥
Alice would sit on a little cushion at her
aunt's feet, with her eyes wide open, look-
ing up at her aunt, listening to every word,
and thinking of the meaning of each word
) she could not understand ; but about baby

she used to ask all sorts of questions. And
| when she was running about the garden by
herself, Alice would sometimes stop, and





gravely as nurse used to do. At that time
she hardly knew whether she was in the
”(N garden or the nursery; for her whole thoughts
W)/ were employed in fancying what the baby
would be like, and what she should do with
him, And as Alice unfortunately was rather ||
4) apt to get every thing she took a liking to |,
for her own, it never entered into her little
head that the baby would not be her own |
like her doll Julia. |
Just now she was roused from her fan-























HS
naughty. She hardly would expect her to
be wilful and passionate, such a fine great
girl as she is grown.”

‘The tears came into Alice’s eyes, and she
was silent for a moment. Presently she
brushed them away with the back of her
little fat hand, and raised up her head rather
, high, as she was apt to do.

«Well, nurse, you'll see. And I'll tell

you something,” looking as if nurse was to
hear some great secret. “ To-morrow, when
I get up, I mean to begin being quite good,
and ever after. I dare say, now, you have

Y) call them but she will not see them, for I
am not going to have any more. I some-

times ery for things, I know; but that is

because I have not always any thing to

amuse me. I shall have plenty to do now,

helping sister Mary with the baby.”

This she said with a toss of her chin,



told Sally already of my tantrums, as you |






(G5 which almost twitched the night-cap strings
out of nurse’s hand as she was tying them.
(@ _Assoon as she was in her little white bed,

ANG and her head on the pillow, she felt not
BY quite comfortable as to what she had been

$} very much otherwise. She noticed and "4"
thought of every thing she saw, and she
was clever about learning every thing she
was taught. Besides this, she was fond of
her relations and friends, and had much that
‘was good about her ; but the worst was, that
she was a spoiled child. She often thought ~
of her faults when she was in a good hu-
mour. And she had been taught that she
must try hard and fight against them; and























‘i whether sister Mary knew it or not.
Thinking of this she fell asleep. And


very busy little Ally was in her dreams.
Sometimes she dreamed that sister Mary
was come indeed, but would not speak to |}
her; sometimes that the baby was not a
little blue-eyed thing as she had been told,
but quite black all over, like the black people
in India that Mary’s letters used to tell
about. But then, again, she dreamed that
the baby was even prettier and nicer than
she had ever fancied; and she woke for joy,
and saw the sun shining in through her
white dimity curtains.













CHAPTER II.

) Avice sprang out of bed, and called out
rather impatiently,—“ Nurse, nurse, bring |,
the water to wash me directly! Don’t you |
know we are to breakfast early, that we

may go to meet them in time? What a






Nurse was settling about the baby’s little
44 cot, and the bed for the baby’s maid by it;
W@” and Alice was rather vexed that even the
2 baby should be thought of before herself.
#) However she went on pretty well, and was
the first to come down to prayers in the

Only she interrupted their talk at breakfast
every five minutes, by asking in a trouble-
A some way, when the carriage would come
round, and how soon they should get to the
station. Mrs, Grant said more than once,
—* My dear child, pray don’t worry my
poor head with so many questions.” Iam

(%)" sorry to say Alice did not think much of her

aunt’s head. At last she heard the wheels,
and ran to put on her bonnet and spencer.

You may guess at all that Alice thought *

and said while they were driving to the sta-


SAD
RCH AUIS

little heart beat, when they stopped and left
the carriage; how she fidgeted and talked |
as fast as her little tongue would run, while
they stood beside the railroad to watch. But
when they saw the distant smoke, and the
train coming, she was silent all at once, and
held her uncle’s hand tight.

As the train of carriages stopped, her uncle
- said,—“ You must not be too sure, Ally;
something may have delayed them.”

Alice was ready to cry, and even to be
angry at such a thing being thought possi- |
ble. But now the door opened—and they
} ‘ were really there! Sister Mary herself smil-
ing, and looking, Alice thought, so nice and *
y <4 20 young, and so fit to play with her. And

Yj there was the real live baby, as pretty as that | 4
she had seen in her dream. He was fast
asleep in his little white satin hat, and in

































they were seated in the carriage to go home,
her tongue, and called out,— What a little

2 ren a ¥
g, BTS POS?
So it was all as she had hoped! And
when sister Mary kissed her again and
again, saying tenderly, “ My little Alice!”
she clung round her with all her heart, and f
nearly forgot baby. But his turn came when
and he opened his eyes for a moment to smile
2 at his mamma. Then at last Alice found 4
} duck!”
She thought there was such pleasure and

could feel tempted to be cross and ont of
humour again. All the way home she sat \¢ 3Y
opposite to baby and his nurse Susan, chat-
tering to her. In spite of the noise of the (|
wheels upon the road, you might have heard ?
her voice loud and eager, though you could
not hear what Susan said in reply.

“ Quite blue, are not they?—I wish he

no trouble in being good now; she ong >












Cj} Would open them again!—As blue as my

) bonnet-strings—blue like that bit of sky
a above the trees there—the little flowers that s
grow down by the streams?—What, don’t :Pk





—Will he go to bed early?—Oh, yes, that
I shall like—to see him washed and un- #3







=) of hands, and stamping of feet for joy. Mary &
YS" laughed, and looked pleased with Alice—
» how happy she was!

( jx) The rest of the day was not less avree-
i.






able. And it was a good day, too, with
le Alice; for she had not much time to



} to being good.
What a delight it was to sit looking in






the sea-air had made her quite well. Then
she stood by her knee watching the baby,

and kissing its little plump hands very gently

indeed. Besides this, she made it her busi-

ness to ran and fetch every thing that her

sister or little Charlie wanted. Only aunt

Grant said once,—“ I wish I could always /
see you as ready for a message, Ally!” Then

her conscience pricked her; for she recol-

lected how often she had flounced, or even

refused to go for what her aunt wanted, if

she happened to be out of humour.

CHAPTER III.

Tux next moming Alice was allowed to see
}| baby splashing in his tub before she went to
A\\ learn her psalm; and great was her delight


aX FCO 3

they were put on, and even fastened his little
cap under his chin.

After breakfast she was to walk out with
him. But she was rather surprised that
}.< Susan would not go into the poultry-yard to.
WA sec her bantams. Alice began,— You must
go that way, for I always do.”

Susan answered,—‘ I am going to take
baby under the wall, because the wind is
B fresh, and he has a little cold.”

Alice thrust out her under-lip a little,
and tossed herhead. She said nothing, but
walked off in a stately manner towards the
poultry-yard, listening all the time for the
sound of Susan following her.

But no such thing happened, and Alice
had to go into the walled garden to her.
She had wondered that Susan did not follow





thing to make up. But Susan only said
she hoped the bantams liked their break-
A



AS





PO WAR DCA
little song to baby, who first smiled, and (\
then closed his little eyes as if he was








} to Susan, but began talking at a great rate
=) to old Robert the gardener about the peaches
and apricots, and asking when they would 7
be ripe. “Why do you move the weed- gy
} basket when Susan comes round? She can












“ Because I likes to be civil, missy,” said
old Robert, as he moved it quite away.

‘When Susan came round again Alice had

joved it back again; and with a very fierce
look (which I believe made Robert smile as
¢ well as Susan) she cried out,—* I choose it
to be theres it shall stay!”

Now, silly as it may seem, Alice really
thought Susan would wonder and admire









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this; that she would look upon Alice as a |}
great person—a young lady who had great |/
power, and was able to manage every body | |
about her. Yet, as I have said, she was not
at all a silly child; but giving way to ill-
}) temper and wilfulness will make any child |
silly at the time.
Susan only said,—‘ I don’t think Master
Charlie’s mamma will let him be so wilful
~~. basket aside with her foot, singing, “ Charlie
§ my darling, my darling !”’ as she went.



Now, Alice loved a song dearly, and would

/ have given any thing to hear this song all
2 through, but Susan only hummed it from ((@

Ai time to time as baby went off to sleep; and ;

* Alice was too proud to seem to make up by
asking to hear it.

= So finished the walk; and in the humour
Alice was, it is well there was no burst when

she came into the drawing-room. But sister










Mary had promised to teach her some of the
+ map of India for her geography-lesson, and

{ map of the world; and then she
history of England to her aunt, while her
sister was writing letters; next she had her
}} little sums to do. Employment kept her
good for that time, at least she seemed good. 4
Ican hardly call a little girl good, who, after
being rude and ill-behaved, has done nothing
to make amends for it.

‘After this she was pleasantly engaged, for 65/5
she had leave to watch baby as he lay on the @
floor, all the time Susan was at her dinner,

J She put his little whistle and rattle within
his reach, and she played and laughed with
him merrily, shaking her curls in his face,
and sereaming in fun when he caught hold ?
of them. A

After dinner, too, sister Mary played on |
the pianoforte, and sang some very pretty

7

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heard any thing so beautiful. Her great
desire was to learn music; and her sister let
her try to sing along with her, and talked a
good deal to her aunt about the best way of
4, having her taught. Alice did not understand
it all, but she was very glad to think it was
talked of.

But by degrees the faults of little Alice
discovered themselves. Indeed she had no
plan of hiding them, for she was not a false
or sly child; her faults were of another
kind.

In a few days baby was no longer like a |\$
new plaything. Alice was fond of her dolls,

) and would often sit and talk to them as if ‘he
they were real people; she would give them |
sometimes such good advice, as shewed she
knew the way to manage herself if shel
pleased; and she usually repeated all her
lessons to them. If the dolls had had sense














= Q

) and speech, they might have gone through 5

all the history of England, and have said a

number of pretty little verses besides. But

baby had a great fancy for the dolls too ;

*) and as he was not old enough to under-

stand about not taking other people’s things,

they were sometimes forced to send the dolls
away. Alice did not like this.

CHAPTER Iv.
Two or three days after Mary came, the
5, gardeners were making a new flower-bed
. before the drawing-room windows, and some
? beautifal geraniums were brought to be put (
into it. Old Robert had asked Miss Ally to
1) come and help him, as he said; which meant
that she was to stand by him, and choose ¢
which geranium should be put in next; all 79
the time talking to him about the kings of
England, or her dolls, or her kitten, per-























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haps,—and of little Charlie, of course. But
now Charlie was to be watched while Susan
P had her dinner; and Mary reminded Alice
that she had promised to do this always.
“) Alice said not a word, but looked cross and.







7 *X,\) from it. To be sure, when baby crowed,
and seized her curls, she got into good-
humour again: how could she help it, so
merry and funny as baby was? But Mary
had noticed the black cloud that came over
her bright face; indeed, she had noticed it








The next day aunt Grant ordered her
S poney-chaise, that she might take Mrs.






eee story-books, if anita not wall enough to
talk. She did not consider that there would
not be room for her to-day, because Susan
must go too. I believe, also, her aunt did
not like to tell her for fear of a burst which
0) night make her own head ache, and expose
the little girl to her sister.
But I grieve to say the burst came; for

jae the carriage came round, nurse was
obliged to tell her. She saw them from the
nursery-window. Sister Mary looked up
and nodded, not guessing Alice’s thoughts ;
and this seemed so cruel to the poor little
indulged girl, that she burst forth into
something between a roar and a scream, and
cried till she felt quite weak and ill.
Certainly it was natural she should feel
sorry and disappointed, and perhaps it was
hard not to cry. Butshe might have stopped
after the first flow of tears; she might have
got her last pretty new bk or her slate to




draw, or her dissected map ; or there was the
% SS little mat she was working in cross-stitch for
-

her sister. At least I know that if the dolls
Ke had been nanghty, she would have told them
Q) all this.

i c ‘As it was, the whole story came out when
they returned home, for nurse could not
help saying why Miss Ally looked so heavy

fA and ill. Aunt Grant was obliged to talk
s




< very seriously to her; and then Alice cried,
and said from her heart,—* I know I am
very naughty! I wish I could help it! 1}
know I feel so cross sometimes, I don’t care
for any body. I know you are very kind to |.

*

her aunt’s lap, and sobbed bitterly. i
Her aunt spoke kindly to her, and told
her that it was hard indeed to be good, but !

















, S
(Fy every day against her wilfulness. She re-

~ pray to God to forgive her, and to help her.

Poor little Alice did try, and for some
time went on more smoothly. Mary seemed
4 pleased with her, She began to give her

) her out, and ran and played with her. She 4
N was, indeed, very kind; and Alice loved
her, and looked up to her very much. She
often thought she should wish to be exactly /7 %- “AA like Mary when she grew up; and nothing S>{ TS
S(t pleased her so much as to hear people say @ &






&@\\ her eyes, or her mouth, or her smile, were
like Mary's.

Alice certainly wished to be good, but she
FS} wished to have her own way too. Often, (,
FG when she was sitting by her aunt's side in ®

the carriage, or on a little stool at the win-
dow, with her doll in her arms, seeming to
be looking out into the garden, she was
49 eM




thinking of this: How pleasant it would be ea
to be good; never to hear her aunt say, “ If
you go on so, Alice, I must send you to



% see by nurse’s looks that she would be
heartily glad to send her down stairs. In-
f stead of this, she thought how it would be
76) if her uncle and aunt were to say, “ that
®7 little Ally was always a comfort, and no
&7,\\ trouble;” and that nurse should look pleased
whenever she came into the room ; and then






then if, two or three years after, sister Mary

”) could say to little Charlie, “ Cannot you be

always good, like Alice?” \
The worst of all this thinking about being §

. \ good was, that Alice forgot to set about it.

) cage It would have been better to consider this,




: SUR
to settle with herself that the next time her ren
aunt told her to do or not to do a thing, she Y) qu \
should immediately try to obey; that she é
should watch for opportunities to give up
her own will; that she should try to think
of others as well as of herself. \

Certainly Mary Lindsay would never have
been as good and agreeable as she was, un- 7
less she had begun in this way. &



CHAPTER V.

A.crear trial of Alice’s behaviour was when

her uncle James came, as he often did, to

see them at Arlingford. Uncle James was (as .

quite young, bat just grown up, and there- 4 =

! fore he did not think so much about manag- 6

) ing Alice properly as an older uncle might Xe] Y
‘ave done, So sometimes he played with /

J her and indulged her, and sometimes he Cax

; teased her, not in ill-nature, for he was Ss










very fond of her; but he played with her

and teased her by turns, just as he did with
the little dog Flora.

When he came this time he brought her

I believe it was

a new dissected map, and besides this a very

pretty new book. After dinner she sat on

» his knee reading it very hard. The story

who had a watch to tell her when she was
going to be naughty, she liked very much.
NX At first she wished she had such a watch;

but she soon understood what it meant.
Her sister asked the name of the book ; and
Alice answered, “ Holyday Tales.”
Presently Mary said, laughing, “ Ally,
3 would it not be best not to eat your cake
all at once? Tf you were to keep one story
for dessert every day, the book would last
longers but if you swallow all your sweet












and yawning, “Ob, I have nothing I like to
do, I must read another!” And so she went
S} on through the whole book; and then she

ting quite tired of them!
Uncle James, who was sitting there too, 7



SY sorts!”
But she sat on the ground pouting, and J9§
made no answer. ) g







who Ally Croker was,—only it was an ugly j
name. So she sprang up, and turning very
red, gave him a great slap.

“1 won't be called that—I won’t bear it, |
y AT tell you !”

Uncle Grant, who was reading the news-
paper, said, “ Ally, what is all this?” but |
he took no further notice ; and aunt Grant |‘,
was reading some letters. Mary was with :7
” baby. Ny
S/ So uncle James went on teasing and ./

ney laughing, while she got more and more

“angry, saying, “ Ally”—and then stopping
short. This was as bad as if the whole name
had come out. She checked herself a little;







Saw)

should hear. At last
she looked up and saw uncle James ready to \
begin again. Her patience was gone: she
struck him with all her little strength, and.
burst into a violent roar, calling her uncle all
the names that came into her head. Hetried )\
to stop her, saying, k

“Come, come never mind! Don’t be a
baby: it is all fan, Ally!”

But still she cried; and when her aunt
said, “I cannot bear this noise—do stop
her, James”—Alice hurried away, stamping
as she went, at once into the little room
through the nursery, where she slept. She
had stopped crying, but she sobbed violently,
and kneeling down by her little bed, hid her \

FS) face against it.

Presently the door opened gently, and she
heard Mary’s step. She had wished to get
away from everybody : yet her sister had not
offended her ; s0, in answer to her question,








SRSA
f What is the matter?” she stopped her
sobs, so as to be able to say—

« Unele James is very cross and ill-natured
—he always is—he is always teasing me—I
am sure he is not good. He was doing no-
thing himself, and would not let me alone.
*{ Don’t you think, sister, he is very naughty ?



“> ought to know better.” .
‘Whatever Mary thought, for she had/heard

it all from the window, she knew Alice’s
business was with herself, She said— 4
‘. “Uncle James is not always cross, Alice. €
He bought you some nice presents ; and you
‘2. know you have told me how often he tells
AS you pretty stories about Aladdin and the
). lamp; and how he tells you what he shall
S74} shew you when you go to see him at Ox-
(? F ford. Uncle James may not know quite when
GAY, to leave off play, and he may not understand
J, little girls so well as some people. But,



And then he is not a little girl like me! He \Â¥






CELTS

Alice, when anybody teases you, as you say,
4! and you grow angry, you lose the very best
opportunity you can have for learning to be ¢
good, and to manage your hasty temper.”
Then she took her little sister on her knee,
and looking very grave as well as very kind,
she said in a low voice,— “y
“Don’t you remember what you heard in 4
the school, on Sunday, about God putting
opportunities in our way for us to practise ¢
being good? Children have hard words given
them to spell, that they may learn spelling, (PS
and hard things to learn by heart to practise 17 Sp (J
their memories. If older children had only ® x
7f\ words of three letters, would they get on a
with their reading? No. And if every body
S) always behaved quite well to you, could you (|
ever learn to bear rough behaviour and ill- ?
temper as you ought? Pray remember this,
dear little Alice. You are not under my ‘
care, and I cannot punish you. If you were,












PENGQISES

I should punish you, to help you to remem-
ber this. All I can do is, not to let you see
baby in his cot to-night, and not to give you
your music-lesson to-morrow, or sing the
little songs to you.”

Alice was now come round. She cried,
but it was for sorrow; and she kissed Mary,
and said she had been very naughty.

To this her sister answered, “ If you tell (
uncle James to-morrow that you are very
sorry,—if you can bring down your pride °
to do that, Alice, I shall hope you are in \y
earnest.”













CHAPTER VI.


| PLANS AGIAEY

“ T hope, little Alice,” said Mary, “that
| you have not forgotten that sad evening yes- //) ayy
terday?”
“No, sister, I have not. And I want to QC,
aa)

tell you :—this morning, as I said my pray-
ers, remembered about forgiving trespasses ; }) )
and 1 thought about uncle James teasing
me—for he very often does, sister, I can tell
you that—so I have quite forgiven him,
and”—

“ And not thought how very naughty you \Y
were yourself?” f

Alice turned very red.

“Yes, sister; but you can’t think how
often uncle James teases me! Yesterday,
I am sure,” swelling and tossing her head,
“he had better have been reading, or writ-
ing, or doing something to employ himself. ¢
Aunt Grant often says, ‘Do let the child /
| alone, James—I can’t bear all that noise !””






















children have no business to find fault with
their elders ; and she was very sorry to hear
Alice talk in that way, instead of think-
\.? ing how naughty she had been. She said

“ Alice, I am surprised and very sorry to
hear you talk so of your uncle. Grown people
may be thoughtless, and they are often wrong,
but this is no business of a child like you. \
It is clearly your duty to give way to your
uncle,—to give up your will to his.
very silly, as well as naughty, to mind such
teasing as that; and very wrong indeed not
to think of your aunt’s head, and to use such

never will be good till you learn to fight
against your will. How it would grieve me &
if little Charlie should ever behave as you )
often do!”






| down.”





y He RS
Mary had not spoken so severely to Alice
| before, and she felt it very bitterly. She shed \
floods of tears, hiding her face in Mary’s lap.
‘At last she stopped, and said,—

« Indeed, sister, I am sorry—very sorry.
Tell me what I shall do?”

«Tam more glad to hear you ask that than
say you are sorry, Alice. Your sorrow so
often comes to nothing. What you should
do is very plain, Uncle James will be out ()
all day; but when he comes home you should
go and beg his pardon, and own you were
very wrong. And if nurse or-any one else jy
speaks about it, you must shew that you
think you were wrong. And try to think of \f
it very often to-day, and to keep yourself \



















Alice promised, and Mary kissed her and
took her down to prayers. She did think of
her bad behaviour often that day, though
partly perhaps because she knew Mary's eye


Y was upon her, As the hour drew near for
Uncle James’s return she had many astraggle

with herself. Sometimes she hoped he would (4°

not come back to dinner. All the time she
was out with baby she thought of it, till she
longed to get it over. At last she saw him &
ride up to the door. c
She rushed into the hall, and sat waiting

on one of the chairs. He was stopping till 4

somebody came to take his horse; and then
her uncle and aunt, as well as her sister,
came in with him.

Alice’s heart swelled and her cheeks red- ©
dened.

«What, Ally, sitting here all alone!” said
he. “Well, shall we make it up ?”

she spoke she began to sob.

“Uncle James, I was very naughty to
you—and [ am—sorry—and I beg your
pardon—I'l try—not to do so again.”

















SESSA

« Heyday! this is something quite new.
I suppose sister Mary told you to do it?”

« She talked to me about it—I said I was
sorry—I told her I would beg your pardon.”” AC

Alice now felt quite humbled. Uncle
James, who really was very fond of her, i) :
took her up and kissed her heartily; and \) §
then asked if she might go with him to see ey
Flora’s puppies. L&

Leave was given, and the bonnet put on.
Alice trotted by his side to the stable. Here
he shewed her the puppy that was to be [
kept, and said,—“ Shall we call her Ally?”
| Alice was now happy and good-humoured ’
| again ; so she smiled through the tears that
were hardly dry, and said—* Shall it be
Ally Croker, uncle?””

Uncle James was pleased, and answered, ¢
“No, not Croker, only Ally, — my little
Ally.” ’

Thus all ended well for the present.





















CHAPTER VII.












Tue rest of the time that Mary stayed at
Arlingford passed much in the same way.
Alice loved Mary very much; and perhaps
the more, because she was a little afraid of
her. She loved baby too, even more than
she had expected. She was proud of being



him some pretty little ways and droll tricks |
N every day. Alice had no time for the kitten,
or the new puppy, and not much for her
«, dolls even, now she had little Charlie.

She certainly had fewer naughty fits while :
Mary was there; because, as I have said, |
(? she was rather afraid of her. But I cannot
say she was really growing good, if this was
her only reason. She did not like to hear !7
her talk of going soon to old Mr. Lindsay,

CARRE










who was her husband’s father. And when
{she first heard of Mary’s going back to
India next year, she went up into her little
room, and cried for grief.

RSG RER CRIES P





band. Don't you know how it grieved her {'
to leave him?” wl,
Alice said, half crying,—“ I don't think













Susan both laughed at this.

At the end of the shrubbery was a pretty
cottage belonging to Mr. Grant, with a ve- Q
randa covered with climbing plants, and the




‘When they were walking in the afternoon, &
aunt Grant said,—“ Mary, how glad I
should be, if, instead of leaving us again,
you and Charles could settle in England,
and have this cottage. See, we could add a |f
room to it, and a nursery above :—how you
would delight in this little garden! I don’t |}
know what we shall do without you.”

Mary sighed, and then smiled. “ You
}) must not put such things into my head,
dear aunt. All I dare hope for is, to be able
| to go back to him, now; and if we live to
come back some years hence, I scarcely
venture to think where we shall live. I am
sure I must not set my heart on the shrub-
bery cottage, pretty as it is.’””

Alice could not help setting her heart up-
on the cottage for Mary. She ran all over
the empty rooms, fancying how nice it
would be, and the pleasure of going to see
them every day; till as she was walking |,
home, she was roused from her pleasant
dream, by hearing her aunt and Mary talk
about railroads, and Lichfield, and old Mr.
Lindsay. At last she heard them talk of

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came on.
Alice went up to her supper very sad; she Y
felt cross and unhappy. Nothing pleased
her; and she snapped at nurse, and spoke
short to Susan. 5
While Mary and she sat by baby’s cot,
Alice said at last,—“ I wonder you don’t
like to stay here, sister. You say you like Y
the country and the garden, and to run out
) without your bonnet. And you say you
can’t have baby so much with you at Lich.
field, because he might be too noisy for his
grandpapa. He is never too noisy for us !””
She answered, —‘*I must go, because ‘
baby’s grandpapa wishes it. I think I may
be useful to him, because I can help to read
to him, and walk out with him.”
Alice knew she should not have thought






















did.
But in the course of this week she heard
something hinted at, that made her prick
up her little ears, as nurse said. ‘There was
a plan that uncle and aunt Grant should &
go to Brighton; and nurse was to take
that time for going to see her daughter in
London.

‘Where was Alice to go?

Something aunt Grant and Mary talked
of one morning in a whisper. Alice knew
she ought not to listen, so she went to talk €
to her doll; but she said to herself,—* If
sister Mary should be asking aunt Grant—
I know what!”

Alice had guessed right. Her aunt called
her to the sofa where she was sitting, while
‘Mary had taken a low stool that she might
watch baby as he rolled and laughed on the
carpet,—“ Ally, if Mary is so kind as to f


|Yeq}| my little sister very much, for my part. But,







take you with her to Lichfield, shoal you
like to go?”

‘Alice’s checks grew as red as fire, and she
clapped her hands. “ Oh, yes! yes! better
than any thing in the world! But will you?
will you”

She sprang to her sister and put her arms
round her neck. Mary kissed her very ten-
derly ; but she said—‘ You must not be *{

too sure, Ally, that it will be so very de-
| lightful. You may be disappointed.””

‘Ally was sure she could not be.

Presently, when they were alone together,
Mary put her arm round her as she stood
beside her, and said,—“ I shall like to have


















Ally, you know it is not my way to indulge (
(A) and spoil little girls; and I cannot let you ?

| give trouble to baby’s grandpapa. You know
that when I am at Lichfield, that will be my

home; I must keep you in good order.”
. Y




Alice looked thoughtfal. “< Yes, 1 know;
and I think, sister, perhaps it will be easier }

cannot ‘keep you from being naughty,

We must come back to

You must try,

I may help you, but that is all.”
Mary left the room, and Alice sat down
N) on the little stool which her sister had left, |S

\« Oh, dear,” she said, “ I wonder if I shall €
® ever grow good! How hard it is!”

CHAPTER VIIL.

\ In was on a bright morning late in the au-
tumn, that Alice, who had never left Arling-
ford since she could remember, rose early -

g With her thoughts full of her wonderful jour~











fq| ney. Part of the day before she had spent
“Jin packing, or what she fancied packing.
She had been as busy in her way as Susan
had been. She had to put her lesson-books
together, and to choose what books she
yw should take for her amusement. Mary ad- })
vised her to take her books of natural his-
tory rather than stories; because she said
the stories, which were pleasantest at first,
would not bear reading over so often, and
that she would be sooner tired of them.
Then there were the dolls,—the two eldest
‘| dolls were to go, and their clothes were to be
A put up. ‘Then Alice wondered what clothes
N of her own were to go. She was pleased to
see her little cape and her winter stockings
packed up, because it seemed as if she was to |
stay a long while. She never doubted that
' she should like staying at Lichfield. Nor
did she think much about being sorry to
j eave her aunt or nurse till the time came,




Y ‘Then she was part from them,
“,y and kissed them over and over again, beg-
{ ging them to write to her and tell her every
es would have such patience with her as nurse.
About Susan, she could not tell whether she
would be glad or sorry to have her. Some-
times it had come into her head that Susan
might not so very much like it. Alice, you 4
may suppose, had some reason to think
Anyhow, the great day was come. Alice
could hardly eat any breakfast; she bustled
up and down stairs, waiting for the carriage,
or saying good-bye to all the servants, and
Y] wondering sometimes what baby thought of
(Pit. Once more she kissed her aunt: her
Ak uncle, who was going part of the way with
them, lifted her into the carriage, where her
sister, Susan, and the baby were already seat-
ed; and in a short time they had reached








If you have ever seen a railroad, you can
fancy how little Ally stood watching for the
train; how she chattered to her uncle about

of some strange monster in some story that |
uncle James had told her; and how she

thought of stories and monsters, till she 8)
started at hearing the bell which gave no- a
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tice that the train was coming that was to
take them.

Alice sat opposite to little Charlie, ana
played with him till he fell asleep. And
then she had time to settle with herself what }f
sort of a place Lichfield would be, and what





like, and what the Close meant. Sometimes §
she felt a little afraid of Mr. Lindsay; she
supposed he could not be used to wilful child-
ren. But she meant to leave off being alll
now; indeed, she fancied that being gooa fs
would somehow come quite easy in a a






SO,

\ place. And then she thought a good deal ,¢
about some little children who were to come }4
to play with her. This very seldom hap-

)* pened at home.

'- These thoughts, and looking out of the AX














seem to fly by them, and asking questions

about all she saw, made the journey seem
) short. 4
‘And now they left the railroad, parted
e\o with their uncle, and got into a carriage that ‘
was waiting for them. At last she, like ‘}
(¢ baby, fell asleep, and was roused by hearing
Susan say,
“ Look, Miss Alice—there is the cathedral !
‘ We are nearly there !”
Alice looked eagerly, and already longed
for the next morning, when Mary had pro-
mised she should go to the cathedral, ma
which she had heard much from her sister, ;








a
And now they had driven through the ¢, A 2
streets, and quite close to the cathedral, and Y) gx,
had stopped at the door of a large old house, f os
with a small garden in front, and a much £
larger one behind. In a minute or two Alice Sie §
found herself following Mary, the corner of ) C
whose shawl she held tight, into a large
room, Mary carrying baby to shew him at ey
once to his grandpapa and aunt, Miss Lind- \ & f /,
say. Kea

‘Alice's head was confused with being in a
strange room and seeing strange faces. She 3
seemed only half to hear what was saying XU.’
about letters from India, and who heard last \@\e
| from baby’s papa— and all that grandpapa pe

and aunt said to Charlie, and who they ey



thought him like. iy
She began to think she was forgotten ; but NX d¢ £

Mary was not likely to forget her little sister. 7

She took her very kindly to old Mr. Lindsay &

and his daughter. They both kissed her,
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aon
and they said she seemed to belong to them
? because she belonged so much to Mary.
She was very quiet, being very tired, and
YL was glad to go up with Susan and have her
'# supper, and to go to bed that night in baby’s

CHAPTER IX.
‘Tie next was a very happy day. Alice got «\
Sup fresh and merry, stood at the window to >
look at as much as she could see of the y

’. cathedral, and then went to her sister. After (S}


PSSSORIGRE (8

pictures hanging on the walls. Miss Lind-
say lifted her up to see some prints of the
inside of the cathedral, and she wondered if
it could really be like that.

Presently the bells began, and her sister
told her to run for her bonnet, and to gether
Prayer-book. She was ready long before the
rest ; and while Mary walked with Mr. Lind-
say, Miss Lindsay took her hand. It seemed A,
but a step,—and now they were within the ) 29

cathedral. }
‘(| Alice was struck with wonder, and almost
with fear. She had never seen any building 5
'(® so large. ‘The people at the other end seemed,
she said, so very, very far off; and the painted
| 50 beantifal! She whispered eagerly a great |
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windows—oh, she had never seen any thing ¢
many questions to Miss Lindsay about the
little boys in white who were to sing, and

about the organ. Indeed, when they were
in their places, and the organ began, little
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‘Mice trembled, and almost wished herself

away. But she soon got over this; and then

the singing seemed so beautiful, she wished
i it might never end. Mary pointed to the
place in her Prayer-book, that she might
remember what she was about during the |
prayers; and she guided Alice’s little fore-
“finger to the verses of the Psalms,—for, not
being used to hear them sung, she was always
“ losing the place at first.

After service, when they came into the
outer part of the cathedral where the prayers
are never said, they joined some ladies and €
children who came out at the same time.
These were friends of Mary’s, the mother of
the children particularly ; and after they had
said how pleasant it was to meet again in f
such a place, Mrs. Murray called her two
little girls and said,—

“ Here is little Alice Grant; you must be
kind to her, and make her at home. I hope



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she will come to play with you, and that you
will be good friends.”

without speaking, and looked shyly at each
other under their bonnets. Then they took
her hands, one on each side, and walked a
with her after the rest of the party, who
took two or three turns up and down, be-
tween the pillars of the cathedral, talking,
though not loud. Alice’s companions looked
kindly at her, but did not speak. She won-
dered who would begin first. At last she $>/
said, “ Do you often come here ?”

‘And then the two little girls began to tell ®
her one thing after another.

“ We come when we are good: we do like
it very much, We live quite close, on the (|
other side: that was our papa who read 7
some of the prayers. Yes, we have a pretty
garden, something like Mr. Lindsay’s. You
are to come and play with us. Alice shall














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see our garden, Lucy, and our baby. T won-
der if little Charlie Lindsay is bigger. Alice, |/\'
have you bronght your dolls?” yy
She was very much pleased at hearing
them call her “Alice ;” and now she asked
their names, and said their straw bonnets
were just like hers. And from that they got
to talk about their story-books, and their les-
sons, and about learning music. This lasted |}
till they got to Mr. Murray’s door, where |/-
they had to part. But Mary said that Alice
should come with Susan and the baby to walk
with them in their garden after her dinner.
They all looked pleased; and then Mary
told Alice, as they walked home, that she
mf believed they were very good little girls, and

i



Alice could scarcely eat her dinner, she was

so eager to go; but she knew it was of no

() use to hurry Susan, for Susan always did |?

things regularly and quietly.
sy



-” she hoped they would be often together. |




As

‘The time spent in the garden was very
agreeable. There was a great deal to be
looked at, as well as a great deal to talk
about, so that they scarcely had time for
play. But afterwards, the two little girls
took Alice up into their play-room, and
shewed their dolls and baby-house, and heard
all about hers.

Mrs. Murray had two girls and three boys.
Lucy was a little older than Alice, and Emily
















to school in the day-time; and Johnnie was
a merry little fellow, not four years old.
‘Then there was the baby, who had a name
| of course, and I believe it was Henry; but he !
~)| was always called baby. A
Alice came home full of spirits ; and having *
now got over her shyness, she amused Mr. ©
Lindsay by telling him of all she had seen
and heard, and describing the cathedral, as
if he did not go there every day himself. -

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band’s letters to Mr. Lindsay.
When she went to bed, she said to her-
self, “ Well, it is as I thought! I knew I &
~ should be quite good when I came to Lich- ,
field! I have been good these two days, and §)
it has been no trouble either !” é
(Do you really think Alice could grow good
at once, without any trouble? I should think
not. She had only been good because she
was amused ; or rather, I should say, she had
not been troublesome. I could not say that
Alice had been really good, unless she had
had a struggle with herself, and had got
the better. The naughtiness was still there,
though nothing had happened to bring it out.











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CHAPTER X.

For some days, indeed, things went on pretty \
well, Alice had so much to think of and to
enjoy; the cathedral every morning, and a
walk perhaps in Mr. Murray’s garden after-
wards with her little friends. ‘Then she be-
gan to learn music of a lady who taught
thems and took her lessons with them. Old (
Mr. Lindsay and his daughter were very kind |
to her; and Mary found time to teach her
her lessons, as well as to talk and play with
her; and she was just enough afraid of dis-
pleasing them all to keep her from behaving (4
ill, Indeed, she did wish very much to please
her sister. She had quite sense enough to
know that Mary was a good pattern for any
body. She sometimes heard Mrs, Murray
say,— SS.

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of herself. The great comfort of her life,
poor thing, now she is away from her hus- )*
band, is her baby. But instead of walking














Lindsay, because he likes to have her. And
UY she sits reading to him to save his eyes, when
she would so heartily enjoy a game at romps (@
with her child.” 4
And Mrs. Murray added,—
“She is so cheerful and patient, nobody

but her own friends would think how sad é

) it is for her to be so far from her husband. ‘|
/$ She hardly lets herself talk about it.’””






Alice, as I have said, wished she could be
Tike Mary ; but somehow she did not consi-
‘0 der, that because she thought too much of -
herself, she must be very unlike her.

Her great danger now was when she was
out of Mary’s sight, and with the little Mur-
rays. For Lucy and Emily were two gentle, °)2


















not so tall or strong as Alice: she was never
“| violent or passionate, though she might some-
times fret, and look unhappy ; but this was
the only thing about her that wanted alter-
ing. Little Emily, though more lively and
merry, was sweet-tempered too. They were
delighted with their new playfellow; and
thought her very clever to learn music so
quickly, and to be so fond of her history, and
to know so much about her maps. They
thought her equally wonderfal at play; and
when she sat talking to her dolls likeagrown-
up person, they stood by, listening and ad-
miring. So at play she always settled what
they should do, and who should begin. In-
deed, she took very much her own way; and
as the others let her have it so, there was, of
course, no quarrelling.

One day, however, it rained, and they
were to be together in their play-room. It
was settled they were to be a governess and
















her scholars. ‘They pretended to practise on

a little table, which they called their piano-
fortes but though little Emily acted the part
of a good girl with all her might, Alice, who
z liked to act punishing, would have it she

2. $# was wrong. She stopped her ears, and cried
out, “She could not bear to hear that wrong ((
note. Miss Emily did it on purpose; and
she must stand up on the high stool, for a
punishment.”

Emily said, “Indeed it was right; I meant
2 it to be right: that is not fair, Ally !”’

q) But Alice lifted her up on the stool. And
(WOAS& now, as it is difficult to say when such play
yy will come to earnest, I cannot tell whether |

eZ 5) Alice knew how much Emily minded it; but
®) she began to cry ; for not being used to stand
. up so high, it made her giddy.
*, “ You must stay!”” cried Alice; “ you shall §
stay!” and Emily cried still. Lucy, who
44 was pretending to be at her drawing-lesson,
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did not like this for Emily, though she might ©
not have minded it for herself. “Don’t do
it, Ally!” she said. “Emily is in earnest ;
you must not make her ery!”

But Alice answered,—

You know she is naughty; so she must
stay.””

Poor Lucy was near crying too, when Alice
pushed her away. “I must go and call Ed-
ward,” she said, “ if you won’t stop!”

‘And Edward, who was in his own room,
hearing an uproar, looked in.

« Heyday, young ladies, what is all this?”

“Oh, Edward, tell Ally not to play so!
Emily does not like it: take her down !””

Edward lifted Emily down at once, saying,

“T can tell you, Miss Alice, I won’t let

io you bully my sister. You do it too much a ¢
-\\ great deal. She shall not play with you.
Come into my room, Emily, and don’t cry;
I will shew you the box I am making.”










which frightened poor Lucy, and made her (i
J quite unhappy. However, Alice soon stop-
ped, and took up a book as if to read, till
Susan called to take her home.

‘When Mary came to bring her down to
her dinner, which she had when the luncheon
was brought in, she could guess by Ally’s
looks what had happened.

She took her into her room afterwards to
question her, and then all came out. Alice
owned she had been wrong, and said she
‘was very sorry. Mary said, that to be sorry
was not enough, unless she remembered to
© behave better another time.

“T must help you to remember it,” she
said, “You must not go to the cathedral 4
to-morrow, or to Mrs. Murray’s; and I shall @
not read a story to you in the evening.””
Alice could answer nothing, for she knew
















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her sister was right. She could not forget
| her fault when Mary went to the cathedral












CHAPTER XI.

Now came a day that Alice expected to be 3
a very happy ones but perhaps you know
that her very happy days were also danger- *
ous ones.

‘The Murrays were to come after the ca-
thedral-service to dine and drink tea with
her. They were to amuse themselves toge-
ther in the house and in the garden all the
time between dinner and tea, till it was dark.
Alice looked forward to it with great delight, Gl
for she liked receiving visitors, and feeling
like a grown-up lady, when she invited them
to sit down, and offered them what they “
wanted at dinner, besides making tea in the
























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little old-fashioned teacups, which I believe |
had belonged to Miss Lindsay’s grandmother.
Then she had little Charlie to shew off, with
all his funny tricks; and her playthings and
books to bring out. Besides, she chose what |
) games they should play at; and though she
seemed very civil and kind, yet she had very
much her own way with her little friends.
| At least it was so with the girls. Edward
<{ was too old to come and play with her; and
little Johnnie, who was the pet of his sisters, |;
did not quite understand giving way so readily.
Some time in the afternoon,—I can hardly
tell how it happened, and nobody could after-
wards say in what way the squabble began,—
( buta squabble there was. Alice perhaps was
yy rough with Johnnie; Johnnie made use of his
‘| little hands and feet to strike and kick Alice, !
first in play, and then in earnest. Luc f
(drew him away, but Alice could not keep |?
quiet. She said, Johnnie should do what |



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} she told him,—she would make him do it.
Johnnie answered, “I won't be made by
you, Ally! I am not yours—I am Lucy’
I don’t mind you—you are naughty some-
times, and Lucy is not. I love Lucy, and I
don’t love you!” :
“Johnnie, Johnnie!” said Lucy ; “please
don’t say that; don’t be rude to Ally!”
But he went on, and Alice got very angry,
the more because what he said of her was
partly true. She quite forgot herself, and
struck the little boy very hard, so as to hurt {7)
him a good deal, and he burst forth into a
5, loud ery.
Lucy’s cheeks grew very red. She was not
often angry; but now she said,—
\) “Alice, how-can you? Such a little boy !
—you would not let him alone, He might
) be wrong, but you should not have beat him



























flew into a violent passion with Lucy, and
Susan, who now came in, could not quiet
her. Ishould be sorry, for poor Alice’s sake,
to repeat all the violent things she said and
did. She had never had a worse fit. At last
Susan called her sister.

When Mary Lindsay opened the door,

the sight of her, though she began com-
plaining of the others. Her sister said
gravely,—

“Stop, Alice. I know you are very wrong.
{SY You are in a sad state indeed. You must

come away into the white room next to mine,
and stay there.”

Alice had quite lost her reason.

“T won't go! you are very hard on me, \
~) sister! You always take their part—I won't
go! Iwon’t mind you—I’ll go home!” And
when Mary took her hand to lead her away,
she hung pack, and held fast with one hand




RASPES

to the table, screaming with all her might.
The little girls could scarcely help crying, and
Johnnie ran out of the room.

Mary desired Susan to carry Alice into the
white room, and unloosed her hand from the
table in spite of her efforts. Susan half drew,
half carried her into the white room, by which
time her strength had given way, and she
was breathless and weak with screaming and
crying. ,

When Susan left her, she threw herself on
the floor, saying every angry thing that came
uppermost, as fast as her sobs would let her,
though no one was by to hear.

“How ill-natured! how cruel! what a
cruel sister Mary is! I never will love her /
again—I won’t stay here one moment longer
to be ill-used—I will go home, if I walk all
the way—if I run out into the streets, and























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me—nobody is kind to me—they all hate
me—they make me naughty ——””

And so she went on, as she lay rolling on
? the floor, like a person in violent pain. Did
she really believe all she was saying? Some-
thing within her—the naughty part of poor
little Alice—said all these angry things ; but {



when she came to herself, i

All at once she stopped, for the door was
gently opened. She had a hope it might be "A
Mary; and she determined to reproach her «
with her unkindness, and not to give way till
she was coaxed to be good. She had done #
this before at home, with nurse.

But it was only Susan, who said—

“Miss Alice, your sister says, if you will 4
leave off making a noise, you may go into her
room, where there is a fire. If not, you must
stay in the cold here, because you disturb






Mr. Lindsay. She says you cannot go any
more to the Miss Murrays.”

This was very different from what Alice
expected ; she only made more noise. N
“T don’t want any of you! go away, Su-
san—go along to your dear Murrays ; I mean

to stay alone here?”

When Susan had shut the door again,
Alice sprung up, and walked, or rather flew,
about the room.

“So they are all very happy without me:
that is the way Mary gives me pleasure!
She has got me away from home, to shut me
up in this nasty cold room —”









garden.
“There they are—all quite happy. How
cruel! how hard!” and she burst into a loud

fit of crying again.







4 for Alice, though Mary did what she could
to amuse them. Mary could not feel happy ¥
herself either; but she felt she was quite
\ right in not giving way. Alice ought to have
\, known that every thing her sister did was in Z
‘u} kindness ; but pride and anger blinded her. })
DY When she was tired of crying, she would not }
: go into her sister’s room, lest it should be
2 thought that she was softened,













CHAPTER XII.

N room, and it seemed like half a day to
Q



S
i —all but the right things. “What would tr
aunt Grant and nurse say? Would they take (°S
her part? Could she really gethome? And @

€ ‘e All sorts of things passed through her mind








to Mary again if she could help it, or to
“| baby; but thinking of baby very nearly
melted her; and if she had thought, too, of
all Mary’s kindness, of her tenderness when
she came to her little bed at night to give
her a last kiss; but Alice would not think of
this,—she would only listen to her pride and
wilfulness. And so, she never thought of the
most serious thing of all—she never thought
Who she offended most by this ill-behaviour.
Though she felt more unhappy than she had
ever done in her life, she did not pray in her D

heart to be forgiven, and to be set right. i
I will stay here till they ask me to come
ont, ifT stay all night! I will not ext oF way










‘| drink—I will starve! And then what will
they do?” i;
Poor Alice, though not naturally a silly
child, was silly enough now to think this.
As her anger spent itself in this way, she
began to feel cold and tired. She felt as if








she had been alone in that white room a year.
She looked at the sprigs on the paper, at the
pattern on the carpet, and then at an old
picture, till she was tired. ‘The picture was
of an old lady, with a very long waist, and a
strange head-dress. She looked grave; and
it seemed to little Alice as if she frowned at
her. She looked away, and began to make
a hole in her frock bigger, by poking her
finger through it.

“I wonder if Mary will come to see what

Tam doing. If she does, I won't speak to

her,” said she, putting herself bolt upright













might be set firm on the ground.
“wish she would come, that she might
just see! Tt must be near the time she goes
into the nursery.”
She did hear Mary’s step, which she al-
ways knew so well; she conld hear her go
into the nursery; she could hear Charlie

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TALS AVIG EY,

/ on the edge of an arm-chair, that her feet |






crowing and laughing to her. ‘Then she
thought of the nice cheerfal nursery, and of XM
the game of play that she used to have with
Mary and baby ; bat still she would not give

3} way. She never asked herself why she was

4 holding out in this manner, or what good
5 could come of it. After a time she ica (8
Y Mary come from the nursery; but she went
down stairs at once. PD
“She is gone, then—gone down, without

A) violently and loudly. She was only stopped (7
by Susan, who again opened the door.
“Will you be quiet, and go into your sis-
ter’s room, Miss Alice?”
“T won't speak to you—go along. Mary
must come—she shall come!” '
Susan made no answer, but went away. ¢
Sf As it happened, she left the door a little
open. And you can scarcely think what a




prison, as it seemed to her, only that little e
) bit open. She might see somebody going
by. Mary must come that way to dress
for dinner very soon, for it was getting late.
If Mary saw the door open, could she help
coming in?

‘Alice looked out of the window, and saw
her little visitors going home. ‘They had had
their tea, and were really gone; and so this
3 day, that began so happily, had ended.
Every thing looked cheerless and gloomy. §
\ The sky was dark, and night coming on. Q




. The white room seemed more dismal than
any room she had ever been in. If she could
see only a bit of Mary’s blue dress as she
went by—yes, Alice could not deny that it
would be a comfort. ‘But I won’t speak to
her—not a word: no! Now hear the door
open—she is coming up stairs; she is not 1
singing, as she often docs. I wonder whe-
eg she thinks at all about me? How


cruel! how hard!” she began again, loud
4| enough for Mary tohear. ‘Then she thought ¥,
to herself, “ Yes, she is coming—that is her
blae gown; I can see it though it is almost
dark. She is gone by—quite gone!””

There was one hope more. Mary must
go down when she is dressed. And now
she is coming. Alice sees the door open
—how quick her heart beat then! The
door is quite open—and Mary is in the
room!

For a moment Alice felt a longing to fly
to her—to cling toher; but alas! pride got
the better. She stood up with a toss of her
head, kept down her sobs, and said with a 4
~}| haughty air,—
) “Well?”



usual smile; not so much angry, as sad and
grave. She hardly looked at Alice, as she
walked towards the window.


















* Alice,” she said, “if you are very sorry
—if you feel how wrong you have been, tell
me so. Whenever you can, I am ready to
i hear it.”
‘This was different indeed from Alice’s hope
of being coaxed to say she was sorry. Mary
asked her no questions, so she could make
(no proud answer. She stood swelling, and
keeping down her sobs. Mary spoke again
I do not mean to leave you here; you
might take cold. I am going to take you §
into my room. Susan has some work to do 4
there, and she will stay with you. She will €
bring you some supper, and undress you at
B ) bed-time. If you have any thing to say to
(s me, Alice—any thing you ought to say,—
° WX ask Susan to let me know.”
ai Mary stopped for a few moments. Will §
Alice speak? will she be moved? c
‘Alice’s little heart seemed near bursting 5
but she did not speak.













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She tured away and hid her face in the

bed-curtain. If she had looked in Mary’s
face, she must have given way.





steadily led her into her room. Can Alice
help clinging to herhand now? Poor Alice! ai
pride and wilfalness have indeed got the bet-

ter of her. a









CHAPTER XIII.

Axice would not own to herself how cheer- 9/PS
fal Mary’s room looked with a nice fire, > 8
She warmed herself by it, but settled that
she would not. eat any supper.

“And then I shall be very ill; and then
SS) Mary will be unhappy !””

ust then she seemed to feel a sharp prick ¢
within her. So she was really wishing to
make Mary unhappy! How often, when ©
Alice had seen her look sad, or uneasy, she























Y had wished she could do any thing in the
world to make her otherwise. This thought
softened her a little. Perhaps, too, she
wanted an excuse for satisfying her hunger.
‘G9 So when Susan came with her supper, she

sons with her sister.
How heavily the time seemed to pass! Su-



&) your sister first?”
Alice leaned her head on her knees, and {
only said, in a sorrowful and complaining


“If Mary eared for me, she would come;
she would not leave me up here with nobody
but you. She does not care for me at all
nobody here does!”

So she went on, trying to persuade her-
self, if not others, that she was ill-used,—
wilfully turning away her eyes from her own
wrong behaviour.

She did not, however, refuse to follow Su-
san into her little room next the nursery, or
to be undressed. She could not but think
of other good and happy evenings. How
she used to watch baby while he was un-
dressed, and talk and laugh with her sister *
while he was playing and splashing in his \:
tub. And then how Mary used to shew him
the litle picture of his papa, which she had, a&
and teach him to kiss it, and wish it good
night; and how Alice herself used to wish pS
her brother Charles good night, and tell him ¢/

































{}) used to kiss her then. Ob, how sad Alice .
felt now! And when it was time to say her ¥7
prayers, how could she say them as she

feelings? She said them, it is true, kneeling
by her little bed-side as usual; but how they
were said I can scarcely tell you, only that
she felt more unhappy than before.
Susan stopped one moment when she was (4.
in bed. @
“Good night, Miss Alice.””
Good night!” answered Alice, almost \y
A choking; and she hid her head under the 9)

{o Then all that unhappy day seemed to pass
before her eyes. All seemed worse now than {{
at the time. What would she not give now @~
if Mary would but come, and say one word (>)


disobedient conduct towards one set over
her. And so her bitter sorrow, as she lay .¢
| awake in the dark, did her no good.

She felt quite tired, and her head ached
very much, i
should be very ill; and if she were to die! 9 >
‘Then she was very much frightened, and cried
bitterly, as she lay under the bed-clothes.

She cried herself asleep, but awoke after a
time, She thought it must be the middle of
the night, every thing was so still. They
must be all in bed. It seemed as if the
morning would never come; and when it
iJ) did, what sort of a day would the next be?
She thought of the way in which she had S
said her prayers, not thinking of one right
thing. She knew she was not fit to say
them ; and how should she ever be fit again ?
She thought, too, that her best friends did
not care for her; and what would become of















her? Then poor little Alice prayed in her
heart to God to help her; and next, to help
her to be sorry, and to be good.

Now she seemed to know what todo. She
{ Jonged to see somebody, that she might own
she was sorry. If Alice can make that first
step—if she can do something right, as well
> as mean to do it, all may be well.
¢ She wondered whether Susan was really §





swer. She began to cry again; but this was 4
not an angry or wilful cry. Susan heard it.

i And now Alice could hear her come in the

“ Miss Alice, what is it?”

\, “Oh, Susan, I am so unhappy; I can’t

{j bear the dark; I can’t sleep. [am very §
sorry, indeed I am, now! Sister Mary is in
‘\ bed—she can’t come to me. Is not she in “
bed, Susan?”






























Wy \

«Yes, Miss Alice, I suppose she is; it is
very late. But stop a minute,”

She heard Susan go out of the room; but
now she felt some hope.

It was not long before the door opened,
and Mary herself came in. She was in her ,\
dressing-gown, and held a lamp in her hand.
Oh, how that sight seemed to revive poor
little Alice! How long it seemed since she
had seen Mary’s sweet face. And she had
left her warm bed to come to her then, just
as she would have done if baby had been ill.
So she had not given Alice up yet.

Mary knelt down by the bed without
speaking, while Alice sobbed and cried, |

“T can’t speak—I can’t say it; but TY
want to say I am sorry, sister!”

Mary knew it; and she stooped over her
little sister, and kissed her face all wet with
tears. And Alice threw her little arms round


CASES RI RIES

“Indeed, Alice, I did not think you would
have gone on as you have done—how it
grieves me!”

“ O, sister, if you will but forgive me—I
will try now—but I have said so before” —

‘And then she cried again. Mary knew
it was right she should feel it bitterly, and
she did not try to comfort her at once; but
she did not draw away from her grasp—she
kissed her again.

“Could you say your prayers, Alice,
when you were feeling so dreadfully pas-
4 sionate and wilful?”

“No, I could not say them rightly; and
that frightens me so. Sister, I am sorry
¢ now; I am not angry with any body. May
I say my prayers again?—may I get out of {
bed and say them?”

Mary said she might; and as Alice got
up, she took the shawl from her own shoul-

3
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ders and threw it round her little sister, lest
a
>| still wet with her tears. But how much







she should take cold. Alice remembered it
afterwards. It shewed that Mary was not








ness, not anger.

When Alice had finished, Mary kissed
her, and said, "

“ It is very late; you must go to sleep 4
now, and I must talk to you to-morrow.
Now you have said your prayers more as ¢
you ought to do, I hope, Ally, you will be
able to sleep. Good night, and God bless
you!”

She took her lamp in her hand, and left
the room. Alice watched her as she went,
and then laid her head again on the pillow,















easier she was than before, though still very ?
unhappy! It would have been sad, indeed,

I if she had not been unhappy. But now she
had only to be angry with herself, and to

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to think of every thing that had hap-
pened, as Mary thought of it; and trying ¥
to do this, her bad behaviour became more {



CHAPTER XIV.
Antex woke the next morning with a strange ¢
7) weary feeling, and it was some time before
she could remember why. When Susan
called her, she said that her sister wanted
her in her room as soon as she was dressed.
® She finished her dressing in silence, said her



< not trotting, or stamping with her feet mer-

rily, as usual, to give notice that she was

coming. She wondered whether she was to

go to the cathedral as usual. She dreaded
more than any thing seeing the Murrays.

Yeo! kissed her bal and gravely, She


did not tell her to fetch the Bible to read
the Morning Lessons, so she supposed she
was to go to the service. She asked,
« Shall 1 get my lesson-books, sister?”
Then Mary said,

“No; I want you to sit on this stool by
me, that I may talk to you instead.” J
‘Then Mary told her how much she had

been thinking of her ill-behaviour.
“Tt was well for you, Alice, that you








being frightened that brought you round, y,
Alice?”





seemed to have no friend left. I thought if .$
p I was to die”—

{And do you know, dear little Alice,
that people may go on doing wrong till they
leave off being frightened, and their consci-
ence gets quite dead? And what is to be-
come of them then?”








KOR DASORTS IE

Alice leant her head on her sister’s knee,
hiding her face. i7
“ This should warn you what people feel
who harden their hearts by doing wrong;
and while their hearts are hard, God will
}) not forgive them, Alice. You have learnt

this at your lesson. What you felt last
\) night should make you think of what you
learnt about it, and practise it. Alice, that | J
time when I came into the white room, and
you would not give up, how frightened I |
( was for you! You were trying with all;
your might to harden your heart. You were
saying things to yourself to harden your-
self.”
g Alice was frightened to think it was so. ||
She sobbed, and could not speak. She was |
/ \ quite melted and humbled now. At last !
she said,
“Oh, I shall never be good! Thave tried |
very often, but it’s no use, sister! Tcan’t


































*) help my passions and my naughty fits—they
§) will come!”

“ Mary put her arm round her as she stood
{ up by her.

« My little Alice, this is quite as wrong
in another way—quite against what you re-
peat so often about your Catechism. You
Know every body can be good if they will; Bop
for you know Who has promised to help
them.”

“Yes, sister, I remember. I know I
ought to try; and I know I ought to pray 4, 9
to God to help me, for Jesus Christ’s sake,”
bowing her head as she spoke. “I do try.
j I do say my prayers to be good. But I am
not.”

“You are quite mistaken, dear little Alice,
—quite, entirely mistaken. You do not try.
X You have been baptised; and only last Sun- ¥
day you told me, when I was teaching you,





' God's grace given them, they are able to be

\\ good if they try—that is, when they are old )

enough to try. Without God’s grace you
could not be good, I know.”
“So, then,” said Alice, sadly, “«T suppose
Ido not try enough.” ‘
“Nos that is what I meant when I said {

when you say your prayers, and ask to be 4}

helped to be good, you let it all go out of
your head when your prayers are over.”
Alice was silent for a time. At last she}

yer as she used to do when she wanted 4
to be listened to, and said: }
“Yes, sister Mary; but you don’t quite

sorrowfully : “ you have no trouble in being

good. It always came easy to you, I know.

‘You don’t know what trouble I have!”
Mary's look change as if she was think.


“You ‘are fare mistaken’ thai ever) iy
poor little Ally. Every body has plenty of
trouble with themselves. It is not easy to
be good. Tt gets easier the more we try,
but it is hard work to every body.

{ must not mind hard work, Alice. Our Fa-

be good for us. And as for my finding it
2 always easy, O Alice, if you had seen me
when I was very little, you would not have #f
>, said so!”
, “ Were you really naughty, sister?” said
Alice, gladly,—* quite like me? And you
)" did contrive then to grow good? And you
can tell me how? Can you?—will you?”
Mary smiled.
« Why, I was not naughty exactly in the }
same way. I believe I was fretful and discon-
tented, and what my nurse called tiresome.”














‘ And who taught you to be good?” ;

Mary kissed Alice, and said, in a low }S
woice,

“God gave me a good mother. Before
she died she tried to put me in a right way.
x She used to tell me I could be good because &

) Thad been baptised.”

Allice said thoughtfully,

“Thave no mamma now.”

Mary again kissed her, and said,

“But I will help you, dear little Ally, if you
will help yourself. God puts people in our
way to help us till we can go alone, We shall €



carefally at first, and then letting him hold
by a chair, till he can go alone. I may be
your chair, Alice,” said Mary, smiling ; and
then Alice smiled through her tears. “ If
you will attend to me, and watch what
I say, and how I look when you are in
danger of forgetting, then I hope you will





improve, as Charlie will do in his walk-




iny

” But when I go home, sister, I shall
have nobody to do that. You know I have
my own way at home,”

“ T know aunt Grant is often ill and not
able to attend to you, and nurse is too in-
dulgent. But, Ally, this is your time; and,
as I said, if you take pains while I am with
you to watch you, I believe you will be
helped to manage yourself when you go V
home, But now we must think what is
next to be done. I want you to keep your
behaviour yesterday in your mind, and to
keep yourself down for a day or two; and
not to expect to be petted and noticed. You \
+] must see the Murrays, and bear the disgrace
meekly. You must behave to them as you
now know you ought to do. I shall see by
your way of going on whether you feel all
this as you should. Now go to your break-























fast. You may come down to prayers, and
then you can come up stairs and learn your
lessons till service-time.”

Susan now brought baby, who stretched
out his little hands to Ally after his mother
had taken him. But Ally stood quietly, till
Mary said, “You may kiss Charlie, and
then go to breakfast.”

When Alice came down to prayers, Mr.
Lindsay and his daughter kissed her, but
id not say any thing to her. She was glad

3 to go up stairs. But she feared to see the

* ean, she feared it more and more. é
The most dreaded time was when they
Sp) came out of the cathedral. Alice walked
RY auietly by her sister; her head, which was
@ often rather too high, was now bent down, 4¢
as if she was trying to read the half-worn
words on the tombstones of the pavement.
She did not then know how much her




Tittle companions grieved for her. ‘These
little kind, gentle girls knew she had no

mother; and they made that an excuse for \()g ‘)
her conduct. “She was an only child too,”” SiG :
they said, “and not used to other children.” ¢{¢ (oni
It had gone to their hearts to play in Mr. Sey
Lindsay’s house and garden, while Alice was %
alone in the white room. And when Mrs. i Ys
Murray went to kiss Lucy after she was in 78

bed, she had found her erying she told her 7
mother it was for little Ally—she wishea C\/8

she knew if she had grown good, and = Na





been let out of the white room.

And now they longed to speak to her, but
did not know how to begin. Mary had told
‘Alice she should let Mrs. Murray know every
thing, and tell the little girls that she was
sorry for her behaviour. When they came
out of the great door, Mary turned with
Mrs. Murray towards their house, leading
Alice. Then the little girls crept round on









SICORIROIRE

her side, and Lucy very gently took hold of



could not speak, but she understood Lucy,
and held her hand as they walked on. Little
Emily then said to Lucy,

“ Thope Ally is coming in with us—will
you, Ally?”

She answered in a lower voice than she
had ever spoken to them before,

“Yes please—if Mary likes.”




Johnny came skipping in.
«0, Ally, look at my cart! how nicely
Edward has mended it!””
Johnny had quite forgot Ally's ill-treat- '[
© ment, and was surprised to see her look so
wee

tem

“Ts Ally ill?” he asked.

" (i. a corner of the room, hardly talking, till

Ally stooped down and kissed him. She
took what pains she could to talk about the
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Alice’s hand, and walked beside her. Alice |/)4

Mary led her in; and they all sat down |.SM
had passed; and by trying hard she got to
think of it the first thing in the morning,
and then the next thought came naturally =

« My work to-day is to get the better of
myself. Just as Susan thinks what work
she has to get finished before night, so I

d have to get over my wilful ways.”

But the work was not easy, and poor
Alice had many a slip.

The next week the Murrays came again ¢
to spend a day. Mary was pleased to see
Alice look thoughtfal instead of being wild
with h spirits Te was a ‘age sign.


After dinner they all went to play in the
Y/\ dining-room; and as Johnny was of the
y’ party, there was plenty of romping. Johnny \

Wy

(78>) she began to tie the handkerchief over his

“No, no; I am not to be blinded. I

Not such a little boy
= as I am, you know!”
“But, Johnny, you must keep to the

It’s no fun if we break the rules.

loud voice.
“Come, Master Johnny,” said Susan ;
<, “ it won’t hurt you.”







Wes
oat
«There, you see,” said Johnny, proudly,
“T told you so, Ally. Lucy says I need
not. I shall mind Lucy,” he said, drawing
himself up.
“Well, Lean only say you spoil the game,
Johnny,” answered Alice, rather angrily;
“and I think you should not have your










«I don’t see why you should order me
about, Ally. And as for having my own
way, [know who likes to have hers.””

Alice reddened very much, and so did
Lucy.

Come, Johnny dear,” said Lucy, “ be
good; let us all be merry together, not Loh
cross.”” .








me. She is not always good hereelf'; she
knows that well enough. I won’t play any
more, for fear of her beating me, as she did /







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’ though Susan tried to make things smooth.

ra SW? herself to speak; her face grew more and
more red.

Lucy said in a faltering voice, “ Let us
3 Play at something else. Shall it be hunt

Ally seemed intent on something at the










would come. She stole out of the room.
and ran into her sister’s; there she began |

cry.

& prised to find her.
“ Ally, what is the matter?”
She told her story very fairly.

( that said to me. I would not let myself
quarrel, so I came away. If you please,
ae may I stay here till Johnny goes?”

The little girls did not know what to do, |

Alice felt very angry. She could not trust |)

the slipper, or what?—tell us what, Ally.” |

Presently Mary came in, and was sur-

« Tt was very hard,” she added, “to have |


















“No, my dear Alice, for that would not
4} be getting the better of yourself. Johnny
is wrong, but he is a little boy; he does not
mean to be ill-natured. It is good for you ,..
to be reminded of your past faults. Now
get yourself into good humour, go back to
your companions, play at any thing they
like, and be careful not to say a cross word
to Johnny; and you will be happier at night
for it, believe me.”



her tears, stood a few moments at the win-
Uf, dow, and then followed Mary into the din-
Sy ing-room.
4 {Johnny was looking rather grave; per-
haps Susan had been reproaching him.

‘Alice made an effort, and said,

<< What shall we play at, Lucy?”

‘And then Emily sprung forward with her
slipper in her hands and they were down
















on the floor in a moment, Susan with them,
F) and Mary looking on and laughing. Alice

was soon the merriest of the party, but

\) Johnny was rather quiet, for he knew he
Jn ), had been wrong.

‘At night Mary kissed Alice kindly, and
4 said, when they were alone,

“Twas glad that storm blew overs but

JH you haverbeen near slipping, Alice.”

: “« Yes, sister; it is just that,—it is like ,4

we cannot stop Vving,—it is as if we could
not stop walking. We must go backwards

“That bad day—that time in the white
room—oh, I know I seemed to have slipped
so far back! ‘To-day I slipped—just a little (¢
SSSA WIRES

—for I was angry. Do you think I have
“| stepped on, sister, to-day?”

“ Tt is not so easy to know when we have
stepped on. But every time we keep down
our bad feelings, I hope we get a little way
on.”

« And so we must always go on moving,
moving, as long as we live,” said Alice,
thoughtfully.

« Yes, Alice, all of us, old and young.”

“Old people may slip back—grown-up
people, I mean?”

“Yes, if they do not mind how they
walk. But then the longer they keep stea-
dily on, the more they get a habit of it, §
~)| and the easter it is.””

‘| « Grown people have nobody to lead them,
as I have you, sister.”

‘No one, Ally? I think you know”—

“Yes, sister,” said Alice, looking still
more thoughtful, “I remember—I know








































a WOK

God will lead us all. I know if you were
not with me, He would. But oh, how I |?
wish you were always with me!””

Mary kissed her very much, and said, ||

“« All that happens is right, dear Ally, for
you and for me.”

‘And Alice recollected how Mary must
wish to be with her husband, and how con- |@





wished to be like her!
‘The next day the children were playing in
the garden ; and to warm themselves on the |
sharp frosty day, they climbed up and down
’ the bank of the terrace. The sun had just
begun to melt the frozen grass. They slipped
, back more than once, and that helped to '(«.
warm them. Mary was quietly walking on
the terrace, scarcely hearing the merry shouts |
that they set up as often as this happened.
Ally, too, tried, and slipped like the others.
At Jast she scrambled up with the help of

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thinking of it too. She thought to herself,
“It is hard work, but by trying I hope I
shall get on.”

CHAPTER XVI.

We must pass over some time spent at Lich-
field, not to make our story too long; all
the days spent with the Murrays, particu-

Yet, altogether, she was getting on. Mary
had real pleasure in seeing this; but she
often warned her how much was yet want-

she returned to Arlingford. €
Her return was often talked of ; and happy
as her visit, on the whole, had proved, you


Kind uncle-and aunt, who were now returned
home; and nurse, who, in spite of the
trouble Miss Ally had given her, said she |}
missed her very much. She longed, too, to
see the kitten, and the bantams, and her
garden; and very much she longed to tell
of all she had done and seen, and to talk
about the Murrays. How surprised nurse |@

But there was one sad thing. When
* Ally talked of Mary’s next visit, she looked |
2 (ee

“You know, dear little Ally, we are to
J’ go back this year. I must take baby back
to his papa, you know; and that may be
before the summer: I hope so.” ?
<< Oh, don’t hope it—don’t say it! You
\ must not go, dear sister. Brother Charles
must come back.”
Mary shook her head.
<1 must not hope that.”







Alice sat = thoughtful and sad; and
when Miss Lindsay began to talk to her, she tt
hardly answered.

3 «I know what you are thinking of, Ally. ..\

Do not you suppose we are sorry, too, to
think of parting with dear Mary and baby?
But we must not be so selfish as to wish








wants her more than we do.””

Ally wished she could be unselfish about
B her sister ; but she often thought sadly ofher ” ¢
} going, though she was too young to under-
stand really how long they might be parted.

Before Alice returned home, however, it
was settled that Mary was to come once |
more in the spring to Arlingford before she
left England. The pleasure of having Mary °
and baby there again, and in the spring too! ©
Y that filled Ally’s thoughts; and she hardly
3) looked forward to the parting that must *








And now she was to go home. Mrs.
Murray, who was going part of the way,
} was to take hers and nurse was to meet
her and bring her home. How much she
and her little friends talked of meeting again,
and of writing, and never forgetting each
other. They were to buy little keepsakes
and this was a great business. Mrs. Mur.
ray took them into the town on purpose.
Emily’s present was a pencil-case, and Lucy’s (4
a pretty little pair of scissors. Johnny’s was
a pincushion; and Edward made a neat
(box to pack up these and other little trea-
sures.
Then Alice went with her sister to the
CL” bookseller’s, and chose a pretty book for
each, which she paid for herself with some
7SW money her uncle had given her when she
left home.
Tt was the last evening at Lichfield; she
had had her last music-lsson with the Mur-

SS \








AE ms

rays, had been to the evening-service, Oe
they had parted at the cathedral door win ae)
kisses, and with tears in their eyes. And
Mary had sat by Alice at her tea—poor little
Alice, quite grave and thoughtful now.
After dessert she led her into her room, and
sat talking with her by the light of the fire.

She talked of the comfort and pleasure it
would be to find her little Ally growing good,
if she came to Arlingford in the spring.

“Ob, but you will promise me, dear sis-
ter”?

“As far as 1 can depend on any thing,
dearest Ally. But will you keep your pro-
mises—to be watchful over yourself?—that
does depend on yourself. And see, Ally,
here is something to remind you of Charlie {
and of me.”

She took a little paper box out of her bag,
and opened it. It was full of yellow cotton.
‘What could there be in it?





































‘Alice’ heel glowed, » when Mary took
out a tiny locket with a little lock of hair
within. That soft, silky ringlet must be
() Charlie's! And that little thread of a hair-

(/> really hair? Mrs. Murray has one some-

(94 thing like it. Tt must be a real hair-chain—

Mary’s hair, and the locket with Charlie’s is
hung upon it.

She could not speak for joy as Mary hung
it round her neck, and said,

“You must think of us when you put it
on, dear little Ally;” and she kissed her
* tenderly.

‘Alice kissed her, and kissed her chain and
her locket: they seemed like part of Mary
and Charlie.

«_, her it would wear or break them.
« At least they shall be close, quite close,
he
to my bed,” said Alice, looking at them
again and again.

You can perhaps fancy the next morning,
—how the bustle of setting out, and the
journey to come, filled Alice’s thoughts at
first; and then how sad was the parting
from Mr. Lindsay, and his daughter, and
Susan, and dear little Charlie, who could
not understand it, and was smiling and play-
ing with Alice to the last; and how she
clung to Mary, and begged her over and
over again to write to her, and to come soon,
| Mr. and Mrs. Murray were in the carriage
{8 at the door, and Miss Lindsay hurried her

down. She looked up once more at the
window, where Charlie was kicking and

IAG] screaming at the horses, little knowing they
were to take his playfellow away.



Alice was grave and silent on this jour-
ney till they reached the railway-station.
There was the delight of seeing nurse, which

~


























drove away other thiedhta for the present. |f
Nurse was waiting there, all impatience to |/
see Alice; and she had only time to bid
good-bye to Mrs. Murray, and send loves
to Lucy and Emily. All the rest of the way
}) was spent in asking questions of nurse, and
answering hers.

| The pleacure was very great when she saw
uncle and aunt again, and every thing at
Q home. ‘Then her little tongue began to run
fast—and aunt was as willing to hear as
Alice to talk—till she went to bed, quite
tired, but hardly able to get to sleep,—so
much had happened since she was in her
own little bed last.



CHAPTER XVII.

‘Taere was certainly now an improvement
in Alice. Every body noticed it. She was
more attentive to others, and did not seem




did not give way to her fancies, and she had
Iearnt to amuse herself without their help.
Butyou must not suppose it was all smooth
oh no! there was much up-hill work for
poor Alice still. Only she was not at the
foot of the hill. She was getting a little
s)) way up by degrees.

S} She was in danger of thinking too much

happened to take down her self-satisfaction,
then she felt angry feelings rise. Only a
week after her return, when Sally was at
} work in the nursery, and her thimble rolled
on the floor, Alice put down her doll, and
ran to pick it up for her.

«Dear, how civil we are grown!” said #4
Sally. %

‘lice had expected thanks, and the colour
came into her cheeks.




TOES

“ rr might be civil, Sally, I think,” said
she, tossing her head. She saw by Sally’s }
look that she knew she was angry. It was
all she could do not to answer. She sat
with her doll, brooding over it; and instead
(7> of checking herself, she thought,—
» “ How cross Sally is—quite spiteful! It
is a shame for a grown-up woman to be like |(
H that.” And one angry thought followed an-
other, while poor Alice forgot to be angry















Her thoughts were interrupted by nurse:
“Come, Miss Alice, Sally is ready to go out
® walking with you, Imust stay in for my cold.”

“Tshan’t go with Miss Sally, I can say
you,” said Alice, with her old toss.

‘The moment she had said it, she recollected { |
> herself, and burst into tears. She rushed 474
out of the room into her aunt's, which was
near. She thought she heard Sally laugh.
Ob, how aay she felt!
















{ «Tt is a shame, a shame,” she began f
4 aloud, tossing her doll on the floor; and her \".
? very hands tried to lay hold of something to AX’
be angry with.

‘What was she pulling at so violently?
Sister Mary's chain, which was always round

lie’s locket—pulling it as if trying to break it!

Happily this brought her to her senses.
She saw every thing quite differently now. 5
Sally did not mean to tease her; if she did, lr
she must bear it. Yy

In a moment she ran back, came quietly
into the nursery, and said,

“ | will go with Sally, if she likes.”

Sally seemed pleased, and nurse too, and
§) 2 little surprised. Nurse put on her things ;
and Sally asked where she would go, and








» by weeks

si

till Mary’s visit.
towards the beginning of April, at the latest. 7
‘Uncle Grant had given her a little almanac,
and in that she could reckon the days till the
beginning of April. And then it would be
warm and pleasant; and now that she heard
little Charlie could walk alone, perhaps she |
might take him into the garden quite by |(
herself. He would be able to gather her
‘ primroses himself. His own primroses, yel-
‘ow and lilac,—for Charlie should have a
( garden of his own.

“ May I have a bit of the garden for Char-
lie, uncle?”
ins (De , “Ifold Robert likes to give you a bit by |i
p ; the veranda of the cottage, Ally, you may

( * call it Charlie’s garden if you please.” ;

Old Robert and his wife lived in one part
of the cottage we have spoken of before, to
take care of it, and open the windows of all
the empty rooms.

xi

























SEA
Old Robert was ready enough to please
4 Miss Ally. When the frost went, they both {7

~ set to work. Ally with her little hoe, per-







B crocus leaves, where they were overgrown
) with periwinkle, or covered with dead leaves, {+
in comers of the deserted garden. Robert
moved them carefully, with what he called a
ball of earth. The crocuses being in blos- °







blowing violets there already, sweet violets
\\ such as Mary would love—Charlie should

YAY gather them for mamma.
So they worked hard. If you had been |
) walking along the lane, which was divided ©
from the cottage-garden by high palings, ©
you might have heard Alice chattering away }\
to old Robert about Charlie and the flowers ; 79 “43
and now and then the old man’s answer ‘Je Vy
uz =
jae,



















Mary’s letters now began to talk of her
1? journey, and how much she wished to shew
Charlie; he could really say some little words
now; she told Alice about the Murrays too,
and how they always remembered her, and
hoped to come to Arlingford some day. The
letters to aunt Grant talked of her voyage
to India too; but Alice did not listen to (A
« Perhaps not,” she said; “ but I will
not ery. Mary shall not see me out of hu-

) mour.””

Poor Alice little thought what was hang-
Ying over her.

CHAPTER XVIII.

Taw next morning, when she was going into
/ her aunt’s room before breakfast, nurse came

Alice was half-vexed at being kept out of

40 her aunt’s room; but she said nothing.
Her uncle looked grave, and the doctor
had been sent for. Nobody seemed to have

) time to think of Ally, She stayed in the
nursery most of the morning. Nurse, was









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up.

Nurse told her that her poor aunt was |
very ill, The doctor thought it was the |,
gf scarlet fever. He had asked if Alice had
=x" ever had the complaint; and on being told

\ WN she had it when a baby, he said she might
a AN then stay in the house. Otherwise she must
a>
Le

have been sent away.
a WZ
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* Sent away! when Mary is coming! Ob,
\ how glad I am I have had it!”
S Nurse answered nothing to this.
« You should be very sorry, any how, for
4 your poor aunt, I think.”

‘Alice wondered she had not thought of
her aunt first. She was very sorry, and



she fancied that when Mary came, she must
be well. Every body must be well and happy
when Mary and Charlie were with them.



in her aunt’s room. At last she came out; |}
\y and Alice asked when her aunt would get i

wished she could do any thing for her. But |
































* SD 3
The doctor had been; and to be sure he

&
would make aunt well at once.
Alice did not know much about illness.
Her aunt was worse the next day, and her
uncle looked sad, and every body was busy
A

and looked grave. Her uncle James came
in a day or two; and when Alice ran eagerly
and laughing to meet him, he stopped her,
and told her poor aunt Grant was very ill
indeed.

‘Alice was very sorry; she longed to see
her aunt and tell her so. But she could not
go into her room.

“Will she not be able to see Mary and
Charlie?” said she, pitying her very much
if it should be so.

“ Did not you know, Ally,” said uncle
James, “that they cannot come? They
would catch the fever. We have written to
tell Mary so. It is well they were not here.”
This was indeed a blow she had not

PRES
thought of. It seemed to strike her dumb.
She stood in silence till her uncle had left the
room, and then sat down and cried bitterly.

Nurse found her, and tried to quiet her
by all the means she cid. She told her
her aunt was better that evening, and the
doctor said it was not a bad kind of scarlet
fever—he hoped she would soon be well.

Alice stopped her sobs.

“ Soon ?—in a week? And when she is
well, will Mary come?”

“T wonder you can think of any thing
S but your aunt,” said nurse, rather angrily ;
“Tam sure she was your first friend. As
for your sister, I don’t see how she can come
at all now. Nobody is safe from catching '
it under six weeks at least. She won't like |
to run any risk, I should think, just before |yf
she goes on board ship. You had better go
and run in the garden, Miss Ally, while I
go and sit in your aunt's room.”























Sad indeed was Ally’s walk in the garden.
All her hopes and happiness seemed gone.
Must Mary really go away without her see- ¢
4 ing ber again? And Charlie? All she had f
been thinking of and talking of—nothing of
it was to happen. She cried till she was
tired. She felt angry with nurse for telling *

ning all risks to come; in short, she felt
selfish and impatient.

Uy} But she had now got into the way of sus-
\) pecting that when sho was very miserable ©
, indeed, there must be some wrong, bad feel-
ing at the bottom of it. She was thinking
of herself, instead of poor aunt Grant and of
her uncles, who were unhappy about her.
5 herself. She thought of poor aunt Grant's [{
fever, and how kind she had always been to |/
her. And then she felt sorry for all the
trouble she had often given her.

Uncle Grant came into the garden. He
saw Alice had been crying, and he took her
by the hand to walk with him; and think-
ing she was grieved for her aunt, he told her |






PA eee









that when she said her prayers, she should |
pray to God to make her well. \
Alice saw he did not think she had been |
crying for her own disappointment, and this ;
’ made her more ashamed of herself. All she
could now do, was to move about the house }
quietly, and give nurse as little trouble as
possible. She tried to do all those little
things for herself that nurse used to do for
her. i
)) The day when Mary was to have come !t
* was asad one, Alice knew too little about
















iliness to think her aunt might die, though
; she pitied her very much for being kept in
bed, and in a darkened room. She wished,
2 too, to see every thing cheerful again.

This day brought letters from Lichfield.
Her uncle read part of his from Mary :

«Tam very glad dear little Alice is good,
Hy and tries to give no trouble, as you say. I

} do long to see her again; but when that will
be, we cannot tell.”

Alice hid her face for joy that this was
said by Mary, and then wished she deserved
it more. But enclosed was a letter for her~
self. Mary had written it in large writing,
that Alice might read it.

She told her many little things of Charlie,
‘) and promised always to talk about his little
‘\ aunt Ally to him. She said she feared they ¢

YÂ¥ should not meet before she left England;





















to come home again and find her dear little
sister good and happy.

Alice now felt how unlikely it was that
Mary should come: she knew she ought to
bear it patiently.

{It was a fine bright day, and she went
out alone in the garden. Old Robert was ©
sticking the young peas under the garden \

“T want you, missy, down at the cottage,” %
, said he; “ you will see something pretty
there, something besides the crocuses in Mas-

Alice could not bear this.

“T don’t want to see it—I don’t care—
o V'll never go there again—I don’t care for
flowers or any thing, now Mary and Charlie
can’t see them,” said she, twirling herself
restlessly about.

a




« You should not be so discontented-like, ;
Miss Ally,” said Robert, going on with his ®, y)

work. “ It’s all for the best—you may take |
my word for that.”

‘Alice was silent and ashamed, for she
knew old Robert was right. She took one
turn along the walk, and then said,

“1 will come with nurse to-morrow, if 7)
she has time. Thank you, Robert, for what \ &
you have put in the garden—primroses are }
they?”

Robert said she was right; and Alice
thought she would go next day to please
him,














CHAPTER XIX.

A pay or two after this, Alice had leave to
go into her aunt’s room; for the fever had





















her voice so weak, she was very sorry. She
began to understand how ill she had been;
and she could only say,

\ «Oh, I hope you will be better, dear
aunt; I cannot bear to see you shut up in
this dark room. The drawing-room is so
strange without you. I want you so much
to be well.”

Her aunt could not speak much, and Alice
only could see her for a few minutes. For
some days she thought of nothing but poor
aunt Grant. She wished of all things to
see her about again. And every night and
< morning Alice prayed, in her own words,
that it would please God to make her kind
aunt well again,

She was getting better now, and was
27% allowed to sit up in an arm-chair in her

St) room; and Alice could talk a little to her,
and tell her about the spring-flowers, and
how uncle James took her out, sometimes,

G Vie) eer










and how she had asked him to hear her
lessons, but that uncle James had soon got
tired of them. She had asked him to look




“ Oh, I daresay they are all right!”
Then poor aunt Grant laughed, and said




lessons; and she might read the Bible and
.Â¥)\ say her Psalms to nurse.
Next her aunt came for a little while into








nosegay of flowers for her to see. Though Yi
&\ her aunt was hardly well enough to enjoy
} them, she thanked Alice.

« And poor little Charlie’s garden is fall
of flowers too? Ah, Ally, Iam grieved that ©
# we must not have Mary and Charlie here!”

Allly’s tears were coming, and something
seemed to swell in her throat. She gulped
} it down, for she knew she ought not to give Y

Arts Se

















SOL SE OST j
way ; but the little hope she had now died |f
away. She remembered what nurse had
}) said about the danger of catching the fever,
and that it lasted many weeks.
Mary wrote to Ally, and said how glad
she was that aunt Grant was better.
« If dear aunt gets well,” she said, “ that
»\’ is the great thing; and you and I, dear Ally,
4 must submit to our disappointment. We
os (/ know it is all for the best.”
4 But every time Alice was reminded of it,
® she felt as if nobody ever had such a trial





j herself.

Sometimes the maids would talk about it
before her, and then she thought they were
quite crucl to remind her of it. It seemed

7 to her that Sally must do it on purpose,
ye she told Jane the under-housemaid,





while Alice stood by, that she need not get
_¢ the,cast room ready, “for Mrs. Lindsay
1



before. A hard struggle she often had with!


















(, Then she recollected herself, and was very
vexed she had spoken angrily; and Sally,
who was really sorry for the disappointment,
J said nothing more. Alice thought to herself,
“I was very near slipping back then—
¢3 slipping down the frosty bank. Indeed, I
4 suppose I did slip down when I spoke so
> cross.”
‘As she was running about in the garden,
‘ she began to think how it would all be if
Mary were there. Charlie would be toddling .”,
4) along the smooth gravel-walk; perhaps she
would be teaching him to say some word.



little sounds for the flowers and the birds.
And what would Mary be doing?


F) would be sitting with aunt, just as she used
to do with Mr. Lindsay. Oh, if she was
but here!”

‘Next she said to herself:

« Perhaps, if she is thinking of me, she
supposes that I sit with aunt Grant, and try
to be useful to her. I daresay she expects |
© me to do it, And so I ought. I will try
and do what Mary would tell me.”

So when Alice came in, she made this her |
business, and asked aunt Grant if she might
fetch her any thing, or if she could do any

thing to amuse her.

& Her aunt kissed her, and said she might
fetch some of her little books and read to
















things that Ally could do for her.

‘Alice kept this in mind the next day; ;
though once or twice, when she was busy |
at play, or reading, and her aunt said, “Do



WY RASS ey


uncle’s room, and ask him to come here
before he goes out,””—Alice was tempted to
say, as she had done before, “ Yes, aunt,
presently.””

I) That “ presently,” I am afraid, had often
lasted so long, that aunt Grant had been
forced to get things herself. However, now

‘}) Alice recollected herself in time. But when
uncle James told her to go into the hall, and
see if there were any letters for him, Alice
gave one of her old tosses of the head, and
said,

“Tam busy, uncle James; I must finish
my work; Iam not your messenger, I be-
lieve.” A

“ Oh, oh!” said uncle James, “ we want
a little more Lichfield, I see.”

{| Alice coloured and felt ashamed. She
laid down her work, went for the letters, and


\\ into uncle James’s hand, who called her “ a |

good girl.”

Poor little Alice was often
reminded of her bitter disappointment, and
found it hard to keep down her tears, and
still harder not to be cross and fretful at

such times. Yet I cannot say she was un-
happy, for she was trying to be good. And
she had plenty to do, for she found she

* could be useful to her aunt in many ways
besides waiting upon her. She learnt to

N| And she could sit and read to her aunt; for
when Mrs. Grant’s head was bad, and she
at

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5 cou not aks to her own books, she liked
to hear Alice read her history or story books,
or about the birds and beasts.





CHAPTER XX.

} One morning, when Alice came in just at
the end of the grown-up breakfast, as she
used to call it, she saw her aunt and uncle /
looking as if they had heard something, and
they had open letters on the table. She had
brought her lessons to say, but her aunt ,
kissed her, and said,

“Go and take your run in the garden,










something to tell you.”

Alice ran up stairs, for it was a nice warm
spring day, and her little feet longed to be
Y trotting. She was in a grand fidget all the








amongst the birds



j had said.

“They did not look as usual,” she thought;
“and they had something to tell me—some-
thing pleasant it must be.”

So as she ran backwards and forwards in
the shrubbery-walk, she thought what it
could be, And now she stopped short, close
KA by the flowering almond-tree, as if she was

\“" looking earnestly at it, though indeed she

( saw nothing, so full was she of her fancy.



coming, and she will bring her two little
girls. Aunt said she might perhaps come
this spring. I wonder how I shall like them.
" They live in London—I wonder if they will
like the country—I wonder if they are good-
fatured. They are older than me; but they
EEX (don’t know about the country, and I shall
hhave to shew them every thing. Perhaps



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her thoughts were at work on what her aunt |A





“T know how it is! Lady Stanley is |/




















they won’t care about our things. Aunt

44 said they had learnt music a long while, and
fa” that they can play very well. I shall like
to hear them. I hope they won’t want to
hear me play. But I shall practise my mu-

sic a good deal against they come—at least, °
if I can withont making aunt’s head ache.
How I shall like having playfellows !”

Then she took another run.

} But I shall not love them like the Mur-
rays! Oh, no! And Lady Stanley cannot
be like Mary!”

Now she was walking slowly, and look-

ing rather sad. All at once she stopped
again. ‘
“Tf it should be a mistake about Lady
Stanley! If aunt should tell me that Mary
and Charlie were coming to see us before
they go!—oh, if it could be so! But they
are going so soon! I know that,” said Ally,
shaking her head sorrowfully. “And Mary






had so touch to do in London, she said, that
f} she must not think of coming, though there
was no fear of the fever now.”

She ran to her aunt, without taking off
her bonnet.
“ What had you to tell me, aunt ?—please
tell me.”
“You must take off your bonnet, and sit "
y down to cool yourself. I think you had \ j
better practise your music first.”

* +O, aunt, Iam so hot, and my fingers a
tremble—Iook! I could not do my writing
or any thing.”

“ Well, try your sums.””

2 Alice was sorely tempted to begin in her ¢
old way: “ Please do! Why won't you tell &
me? O, aunt, do! I can’t do any thing
till you tell me.” But she made an effort,

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and sat down by the window on a little
stool, with her slate in her hand.

To be sure she was a long time over that 7
sum in addition. Every time she had to
prove it, it was quite wrong, though Alice
felt sure that this time she had minded every
figure.

At last she broughtit to her aunt all right s
and having put away her slate, sat down at
her feet, looking earnestly at her.

“ What should you say, dear little Ally,
if sister Mary had written to tell us that,
instead of going to India, brother Charles is
coming home to her ?””

This was so much beyond Alice’s hopes,
that it seemed to strike her dumb. She
t| stared in her aunt’s face without seeming to
understand her.

“ It is really so. You would not under-
stand if Iwas to tell you about Charles hav- ;
ing money enough left him to make it easy


for him to live here. But so it is; and he
will come, I hope, this summer.” Y

Alice laid her head in her aunt’s lap, and
could not speak for joy. Still she could
hardly understand it.

“ Only think how happy dear Mary will
be, to have her husband, and all her friends
too, near her, without going across the
sea!” ‘

{At last Alice could spring up, clap her
hands, cling to her aunt, and kiss her for
Joys and when once she began, she could \y
not stop talking, and laughing, and flying
about the room. Then she rushed up stairs
to tell nurse, who was. very glad indeed,
though Alice had expected her to clap her &
hands and fly about too, and was half vexed

{ that nurse and every body was not as wild
as herself. Oy

“ Oh, if she could go out to tell old Ro- }
bert! If she could write to the Murrays!






but they must know it from Mr. Lindsay. f
Oh, what could she do?”

She longed to ran about the whole day, ANS
to talk of it to every body. At last she lay
| down on the floor, quite spent, and hot, and
out of breath, Her aunt was really afraid

she would be in a fever.
She called Alice, and said,
“ My little girl, you must keep yourself
quiet, or you will be ill.”
Alice tried to speak, but, to her surprise,
%,





she could hardly do it without crying. It
seemed very strange that great joy should
be so like pain.

Her aunt told her she must try to employ
herself, or she would get cross and really
unhappy. She said she did not expect her
to do all her lessons—that would be too
much, But she was to take her hemming,
do that till her hand was steady, and then
to take pains with her writing and music,















GIO
and to remember that Mary would expect |
to find her improved.

O the delight of thinking that Mary might
now see the copy-book, and hear that very
lesson practised !
>» “Yes, aunt, I will do it.”

Before she went for her work, hher aunt
called her again, and said, in a low voice,

“When we are very happy, Alice, you
know what we should remember to do.”

“Yes, aunt,” said little Alice; and before
she got her work, she went into her little
‘\ room, where no body could see her, and,
kneeling by her bed, she thanked God for















And here I must remember to tell you,
that when she said her prayers at night, and |,
thought of this again, she remembered how
little she deserved to be so happy, and how |/
» many, many things she ought to improve in,

to shew her thankfulness.
Ae Ma
——B Ns ae































that was difficult indeed.
\} There was so much she longed to know— (>
when Mary would come, and if it would be (27
before her husband came back. Her uncle \“&X
and aunt did not know themselves, for it
was a hasty letter Mary had written, though
full of happiness and thankfulness.

So Alice could only think and think, and B>\¢
wonder how it would be. The next day
was Sunday. Alice thought the Collect had
never been so hard to learn,—for this was
the first thing she had to do in the morning. (ff
No wonder it was hard, for she could not
keep her thoughts steady; and then she felt
wearied, and wondered that she was not as §

happy as when she first heard the good news.
J However, she did better afterwards, and

do, and to remember that when people are

happy, they should shew their gratitude by

trying to be very good. So she was atten-
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F) the Sunday-school, and kept tolerably quiet 7
when she walked ont with nurse in the even- |

\) ing.








CHAPTER XXI.

Ow Monday there could be no letters, so
she must wait patiently another day. But
there was something for her little mind to
feed upon; for after her dinner, her uncle
and aunt told her they were going to the |
cottage, and would take her too. ;
“ Charlie's garden,” cried Alice, clapping
her hands and jumping about the room,—
“he will see it now! I must ask Robert /
about the flowers.” i
2 And sheran on before her uncle and aunt,
to tell Robert the great news, and ask what |
flowers could be planted now. |
So busy was she, that she did not find ;
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out at first that her uncle and aunt were f
gone into the cottage, till she heard their
” voices up stairs. h

“What can they be doing? ‘They never
go up stairs ;” and she flew up after them.
She found them looking into all the rooms,
and at the fireplaces, and paper and paint.
Now she half-guessed it.

“Oh, aunt, do you think they will come
and live in the cottage?”

They smiled at her guess; and her uncle
A) said,
C «Why, Ally,—if you can keep a secret,-—
E\\ we have been thinking if it would do for
EN them, and whether we shall ask Mary if

SY they will try it for this year at least. But
you must not set your little heart on it, for
it is very uncertain.”

“Oh, but I may think about it—I may
think of it night and day, and always, may








that setting your heart upon it. But you //
may think a little, and talk a very little in-
deed about it,”” said her uncle, laughing.
“ Don’t set your heart too much on their
coming,” said her aunt. “And if they do
you know it cannot be all pleasure.
( There must always be some drawbacks—
some disappointments.”” }
“ Disappointments — drawbacks — draw-
backs!” said Alice, as she followed her aunt

shrubbery, pushing the loose stones with |
her feet-—“ what drawbacks, aunt?—what |,

“Why, now, consider,—if Charhe should

\ have forgotten you, as he is so young.”
“Why, I should be very sorry, to be
sure,” said Ally; ‘« but we should soon be
friends again, I know. And Mary will
never forget me—that can’t be,” said she,






PCE REINO:

prond to think she could always depend on
< Mary.

“Tam sure she will not. But, Ally,
when she has her husband with her, she
will not be able to attend so much to you as
before; she will not have so much time for
you, though she may not love you less. I
want you to think of this in time.” 3

‘Alice did not answer. She knew it might
be so, though she had not thought of it. She










and aunt, thinking whether her new brother .,
Charles might like her, and whether she
should be afraid of him, and afraid to speak #
4 to Mary, as she used to do, before him. It {ae
S/ was very well she thought of all this, for it ©
} took down her spirits a little; and without
it she might have expected to be happier
«X than any body can be in this world—hap- SQ
Yi pier than it would be right for them to be.

br"



















L +o
TWANG AWOTS
<_; came, she conld hear about it without being, lf
as nurse said, “ tipsy with joy.” i

It was a happy letter. Mary thought |)
Charles might come in a month, or sooner.
She was to go with Charlie to Portsmouth
} to meet him, and then they must go back to
Mr. Lindsay, that he might see his son.
But Mr. Lindsay hoped Mr. and Mrs. Grant,
and Ally, would come to Lichfield to see

\ they might come to Arlingford, because her
( husband had not been well, and was to live
in the country; and (only think!) Mary
them have the cottage for the summer. But
nothing more could be settled till Charles

came.
V
t CHAPTER XXII.

SEN (You may suppose my story is drawing to
an end; for when Alice has her sister and
“










Charlie again, you will have nothing more \,
to wish for her, except the great thing of
all—that she may get the better of her faults.

work of a great many years. To get the
better of our faults—to become what.we

Y However, I will say of my little Alice, that
\} having begun to mend, you may feel sure
she went on. She will have Mary to help
her; and Alice now began to feel more and ©

may feel sure of having One to help them
who is able and has promised to do more
for them than the kindest sister or parent,

These are things to think more seriously
about than I can now say.

At present we will go back to little Alice,
and see where she will be on the Ist of June,
which seemed to her the greatest day of her
life. On the evening of that day Alice, with


field. Any day after this Charles and Mary
might come. They were to spend a week
there, and after this they were to return |\
with Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay, and to settle
Charles and Mary in the cottage. ‘This was
as much happiness as Alice’s little heart
would hold.

It had brought some trials of her good
resolutions. For some weeks there had been
the daily pleasure of seeing the cottage made
ready. The pretty flowered paper was cho-
sen for the walls, and the book-shelves put
up; and all the furniture placed by degrees. |\
‘And there was another man, as well as Ro-

‘s bert, hard at work in the garden.

Sometimes Alice gave her opinion, and |
when people smiled, as they usually do if a
little girl talks of settling about furniture
and such matters, Alice for a moment felt
offended, and thought she must know what

g3

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i her uncle and aunt, were to arrive at Lich-
























Mary liked as well as others. Butshe gulped
it down; and a good gulp will sometimes
get rid of a fecling of ill-humour at onee.

% humour, ready to stand byher aunt or nurse

to take breath, and ponder how Charlie’s 4
little bed would look, and how he would
Tike all the green leaves that would fill up
‘the window opposite, and the birds chirping
among the branches.
€{. It was hard work attending to her lessons
&\\ as the day drew near, but she tried hard. /
i@\ At last it seemed as hard work to attend to
J) her amusements : she fidgetted about a good

} deal, certainly; but, on the whole, she kept “|
herself as quiet as any child of her age could ?
be well expected to do.

‘And now they have reached Lichfield ;
and the evening sun is saan on the cathe-


dral, and the Murrays are expecting her.



the Murrays? Oh yes, they have not on
their winter things now!

And Alice would have sprung through the
carriage-window, if nurse had not pulled her
back.

The little girls ran on to Mr. Lindsay’s
door, and there you may imagine how they |}
kissed and hugged Alice. They looked in
% each other’s faces, and had so much to say,
that they said hardly any thing at all.

Alice was so taken up by her friends that }»
she hardly remembered how she got into the
house, or how Mr. Lindsay and his daughter |
received her, or what Mrs. Murray said, who |}
was there with Johnny, She could hardly |)
2 attend to them till she heard Mary’s coming

talked of, and then she listened; and her
little friends stopped their eager talk, for even
the quiet little Lucy was eager just now.











+) But those little girls in white frocks are not |/\7




















Ys

Alice went to bed very tired; but first she

$ took a peep into the room where she was to

see dear Charlie again. And she looked in-
to Mary’s room too; and as she stood wait-
ing while Miss Lindsay looked to see if it
was all ready, the thought came into her

ji head of many things that had passed there,

\

and of one sad time spent there alone (can-
not you remember it?), and of that night.

It was a good thing for Alice to go through
all her feelings at that time. Her cheeks
grew red, and the tears seemed to be rising
in her throat, as she remembered her bad feel-
ings. And then when she thought of Mary
coming into her room at night, the tears
really filled her eyes, and she could scarcely

She brushed them away with the back ,{

of her hand, lest Miss Lindsay should see,
and followed her down stairs, saying to her-
self, “1 must be on my guard still—I know
it might all come again.”


ROCA RE SE,

The next day Alice caught herself listen-
ing to every sound, as if it might be a carri-
age—much earlier than Charles and Mary
could possibly come. Mr. Lindsay seemed
to listen too; and he laughed, and said he
was as bad as Alice.

_ She was rather in a fidget when it was













to ask to stay at home, and yet she could
not help wishing it. She said to her aunt,
with rather a faltering voice,

“ Tf they should come, you will tell Mary
» I was obliged to go—it was not that I did
not wish to see the first of her.”

Miss Lindsay laughed, and said,

“Yor may be sure Mary would not eon-

Ally tamed red, and thought she had been
rather foolish. She walked on to the Mur-








KG

(
‘. A
CHAPTER XXIII. e

Anorner whole day Alice had to wait, and 4
I believe she might have been tiresome to (~
many people; but old Mr. Lindsay was
always ready to answer her questions as to
what time they might come, and to tell her
which way the wind had been, and how it +

The next day Alice was trying to sit still ©

at her dinner, when every body looked up

at the sound of a carriage. They had often

done so before, but this was coming nearer, *
:) and they were all silent.

Alice raised her little head, and tossed
back her hair, as if that would help her to
hear better.

‘The carriage stopped.




NGAWON
« Tt must be them indeed!”
Aunt Grant said in a low voice to Alice,
“We will stay here, my dear. We will
let Mr. Lindsay and Miss Lindsay see Charles
first. You know it is so very long since

Alice was willing to do it, for at this
“\ moment she felt half afraid of her brother












about herself—her inner self—the naughty
part of her.

She sat holding aunt Grant’s hand tight, |7
/ and listening to the distant buzz of voices,
and the bustle in the hall.

‘At last she heard Charlie’s merry cry;

~ she looked in her aunt’s face as if to ask
jie and then she sprang into the hall,
‘> where Susan in a chair held Charlie on her

\ knee, while all the rest were eagerly kissing
and talking. She clung to little Charlie, and








ye



















devoured him with kisses. At first it sur- 4p
> prised him, but he seemed all at once to re- (
member Ally, and kissed again, and burst

hair, and pulling it with all his might.

But Mary had not forgot Alice. Her >
sweet smiles, and gentle kisses, and tender
=Y) words, were as ready for her as they had
Q1)\ ever been; and she led her immediately to



She ran back rather shyly to Charlie again, e
PSN and then she saw her brother smiling and

watching her, and she felt it was a kind,
Sf good-natured smile. She left them now to
go into the drawing-room together ; for Mary








Alice dear, can you go over to the Mur-
rays, and tell them all about our coming?
and Susan and Charlie will settle themselves,
and he will have his dinner and go to sleep ;
and then we shall all go to the cathedral.”
This was something for Alice to do, while

34 Charles was left to sit down with his father

and sister. It was a relief to Alice to run
to the Murrays, and tell them the good news
—she was more likely to keep her thoughts
quiet during the service.

“T will not sit where I can see them,”
she thought, “for I should want to look at

~ Charles; I will keep my eyes on my book.” &
And she really did this, and came out of §

the cathedral fecling more quietly happy,

stealing a little towards Mary as she walked

with her husband round the cathedral, that
he might enjoy the sight of it again. I
dare say Mary guessed Alice was not far
off, She turned round, and called her with





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asmile. She and her husband were talking,
but he smiled too; and as Alice drew near wr
them, he took her hand and led her with
¢ them. She thought he did it very kindly,

and was satisfied that he smiled at her now
and then, though he did not say anything %
—perhaps he was not used to talk to little {
girls.

But in the evening, when he was giving
an account of his voyage, he could see by
Alice’s looks that she listened and under- &
stood; and now and then he told her of
something that amused her ; and before long
she found herself standing at his knee, while
he stroked her hair kindly.

‘Then Charles and Mary were to go into
the ny, to see Charlie before his bed-






Charlie, who: seeined to know his papaal-

ready, and trotted backwards and forwards

between him and Alice, while Mary sat on ))
1



















a low stool, watching them and smiling.
She seemed to Alice to have tears in her
eyes too; but even little Alice knew they
were tears of joy.

She thought, “How happy dear Mary is,

Alice was indeed very happy. She liked
her new brother more and more, and did all
she could do to please him, because Mary
liked it.

Mary did not forget little Alice, or neglect,

have her alone in her room, to ask about
her lessons, and to talk gravely and kindly
% 6 \4 to her, as formerly. Alice noticed how she

4} () thought of every body, and contrived that
her husband should be with his father and
sister, though she would have liked to have

could bear to have less of Mary’s time than
formerly. She knew the great thing for her

JS BY,












was, to be like her sister as much as pos-
sible.

‘You can fancy the happy times with the ¢
Murrays and Charlie, and the delight of see-
) ing how he had got on, watching him as he
toddled about, and learning all his new and
pretty ways, and teaching him to try to say
more words.

She soon began to feel at home with her
brother Charles, and was seldom so happy ,
as when she could stand at his knee, and
hear him tell stories of the strange things SS
he had seen in the distant countries where
he had been. It was better than any thing 8
<4 in her little books to hear him tell stories of (
elephants, and tigers, and other wild and
strange animals. And then she soon found
he could draw very beautifully; and it was ¢
a great delight to put a scrap of paper or
the corner of a letter before him, and won- ~


























the first stroke of a strange, tall building, or
whether it would be a black man with a
turban, or a great clephant carrying men
is? and women on his back. Then she fancied
she might learn to draw too; but when she
MY tried to copy what he had done, she could
SSY not help laughing at her odd strokes ; and
i /2—=<,, Mary, who perhaps did not like her bus-
Y band to have trouble for nothing, laughed
too, and said that she had better be content
with her music for the present.

The time passed happily on at Lichfield ;
and it was a good time as well as a happy
one with little Alice ; though there were slips,
and sometimes a fall. On the whole, how-
ever, if we skip on to the time, several weeks
afterwards, when Charles and Mary were
settled in the pretty cottage, and Alice’s
great delight was to spend a few days there &
with them, besides the almost daily meetings
between the two houses,—at that time you


























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'26077' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQUW' 'sip-files002thm.jpg'
e2a8d2dc7c07f7fe13f609f3b0375182
70727ec0015beb3e7e0d0c99aab7f43597caeeaa
'2011-12-30T04:37:05-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQUX' 'sip-files003.jp2'
4d8fe9b1cbeb99163321e912a0349218
e3dfe6e3393ae4c49bc62d5b3eeb904daa9a6f0b
'2011-12-30T04:40:06-05:00'
describe
'160225' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQUY' 'sip-files003.jpg'
9a196025afab1d5556b260cc9a88f25d
9c9a1958b3dbf06d3afd1960cbe6fbc86d363413
'2011-12-30T04:36:36-05:00'
describe
'22807' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQUZ' 'sip-files003.pro'
a52d08092bdafdecad84919fd1a599f3
237a164ff97d48b18607afb1bc7d5eaf6febee59
'2011-12-30T04:39:35-05:00'
describe
'60392' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVA' 'sip-files003.QC.jpg'
ceafe68bea1c00dd1897c4cdb7fe0b03
10cef2e640f867ed01ec6f8aaae85c532290cc86
describe
'513920' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVB' 'sip-files003.tif'
c11322105f4e25c9d6b445d0b6a78b96
4ee3293c4a81f38bd4ef218299585ff777a91a2c
'2011-12-30T04:38:15-05:00'
describe
'959' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVC' 'sip-files003.txt'
f227ec5318071a80aa0c64bf1357243b
80ad765fd28a6e696d7b1d2e72e1f575c9d39459
'2011-12-30T04:35:15-05:00'
describe
'26198' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVD' 'sip-files003thm.jpg'
c10b6509ca6cdecd662939c7edb29590
f96ae98597fdefdfe56c733d73e525d2e5ad3770
'2011-12-30T04:35:29-05:00'
describe
'62319' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVE' 'sip-files004.jp2'
b25d8463b5f95e90d8677e2abec3524b
742e2670d6ebaf40fc87a45f17c081bbd2b266cf
'2011-12-30T04:40:05-05:00'
describe
'159148' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVF' 'sip-files004.jpg'
1d368ccd15528050b924fef6de5bb574
c6589178a753fe1c61209879d90eeab808946aaf
'2011-12-30T04:37:13-05:00'
describe
'22914' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVG' 'sip-files004.pro'
56edf455c1e117308964ef46d3b9a367
438c261eae274237c2a679aa06449ef4072ecfac
'2011-12-30T04:35:58-05:00'
describe
'59903' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVH' 'sip-files004.QC.jpg'
2a19881a0deaaadc81c114024b5c15ef
3ded80ec7e082b60db66b3ec92034270b837b394
'2011-12-30T04:37:48-05:00'
describe
'513652' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVI' 'sip-files004.tif'
0a391af60961247bbc2eb892193f4e93
1d91cc49f0dca523773b55c08ff55b70bb076778
'2011-12-30T04:40:55-05:00'
describe
'899' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVJ' 'sip-files004.txt'
607536c16f7846b8ff9f5a4f248770db
40f478f29bb3f7acdac9d1eee512aa844b70b19b
'2011-12-30T04:39:50-05:00'
describe
'25662' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVK' 'sip-files004thm.jpg'
d66cf0aa450c1538ab6fe478e3e14e25
155a41a286ccde7177c33257c62bb2bd19555e87
'2011-12-30T04:40:24-05:00'
describe
'62312' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVL' 'sip-files005.jp2'
f4ed62b3c61e2edf64e61ad738e6ed39
67e17dff4e74c5e8a775d71561f9b2cfa8ac47e2
'2011-12-30T04:40:26-05:00'
describe
'152330' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVM' 'sip-files005.jpg'
169f395eb1cbf1fb616ad2492132c74a
ba43d74a9ddaf538abe84dbba019f5ac9f0946d9
'2011-12-30T04:35:20-05:00'
describe
'20735' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVN' 'sip-files005.pro'
fc6bf54c96a3c519448acf54d219276a
f848bcee192f3299e8625af1cb43bab72732fa84
'2011-12-30T04:35:51-05:00'
describe
'57969' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVO' 'sip-files005.QC.jpg'
741051f1e7f6a64b136726cd705c2531
02c50642bcdf969b7570c1961dc8c6da9acff7df
'2011-12-30T04:36:00-05:00'
describe
'513412' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVP' 'sip-files005.tif'
42a3f5636e48052f9ae1023d9c077999
0dc229dc9f8af5cd90c280d55d611e35ac2ba5a9
'2011-12-30T04:36:56-05:00'
describe
'866' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVQ' 'sip-files005.txt'
526cf01db687ce5fa150fa2face582c1
9667f4e65e2ebcdc01de7beb548b7a3f6cd59cc6
'2011-12-30T04:34:53-05:00'
describe
'25340' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVR' 'sip-files005thm.jpg'
2fa231498f9a0aee0de401846f0cd8e2
52e0dff9562baa9a548b059a254d149ccd654e49
'2011-12-30T04:40:02-05:00'
describe
'62310' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVS' 'sip-files006.jp2'
4912210f094279ab2a51a5c40d25ba56
722af2245afb459d94e75446e0e4d96c096afed4
'2011-12-30T04:36:17-05:00'
describe
'157528' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVT' 'sip-files006.jpg'
9445447304699e19b7cf575e5c11df7a
f612ec2e8096919a906a416edf2fa58f936eff73
'2011-12-30T04:38:50-05:00'
describe
'22287' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVU' 'sip-files006.pro'
7b50b7bb1565e0a15589b1a3d2a54b36
8da504849c107f6bf64a701930f62ea293a0d5c0
'2011-12-30T04:37:09-05:00'
describe
'61241' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVV' 'sip-files006.QC.jpg'
968821a29b4985a675d1b574821e5885
fd0679b2be66e206a41a280d5c2d345cb79f3c0b
'2011-12-30T04:36:29-05:00'
describe
'514000' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVW' 'sip-files006.tif'
55b3e8439d2e42c2531137d1ded3a634
8b62024c17540b6c67c5e614edf39b5b6d208b16
'2011-12-30T04:35:54-05:00'
describe
'898' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVX' 'sip-files006.txt'
c7fd4c0cb0bef5dc4cbeb0e5afae042a
f6f72479cdb57ccc48ea6cedc28bd8e9bda06455
'2011-12-30T04:40:58-05:00'
describe
'26496' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVY' 'sip-files006thm.jpg'
ab58d111f2e8041f2376ab32b1b1054d
036fe28ef4888d187de85ebe4038762240103768
'2011-12-30T04:34:41-05:00'
describe
'62286' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQVZ' 'sip-files007.jp2'
addfec265dda4cb2b14c711bc9083b86
44a7c98aa822a4e471ebd236d2bc5b0917ed8d9b
'2011-12-30T04:38:19-05:00'
describe
'159736' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWA' 'sip-files007.jpg'
2291703630f3b192ed4b5cd1a2f4977a
129b4ddd1e873c610714bf7298042a3a08c06cb6
'2011-12-30T04:36:58-05:00'
describe
'23734' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWB' 'sip-files007.pro'
2cd12a55ca3b8ccea242746c5b89f729
107312a649641f64699c297e020efda6687a5a5b
'2011-12-30T04:38:32-05:00'
describe
'60874' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWC' 'sip-files007.QC.jpg'
2475e8f4da90783371d3c031e98b557c
85dd38d2ba4592601e4637907c778ccf6a3f91cd
'2011-12-30T04:35:34-05:00'
describe
'513776' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWD' 'sip-files007.tif'
8a3fb9909bf7847d7df6b11772d7d05c
1ee8be0037581b0e86b99ab369650bc347d6baeb
'2011-12-30T04:40:22-05:00'
describe
'979' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWE' 'sip-files007.txt'
748622e894c6725e4917ccfefe771612
a77bf7f349c8ef2ed606c3340b02b2fe7a735318
'2011-12-30T04:34:27-05:00'
describe
'62189' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWF' 'sip-files008.jp2'
55af3f7759909086b6d758c8981c5a07
df9cffe9d43e1454512454850df5cb5379d038b1
describe
'26083' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWG' 'sip-files007thm.jpg'
943f598e0ad5441fa3f366ae940d9c43
13d2a1d7b9e5f0d49990fd214dc105a1af21b33f
'2011-12-30T04:40:18-05:00'
describe
'150006' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWH' 'sip-files008.jpg'
1c8453341cca7d327771afc3636d7ed8
6bd6fbb17b58b2d187f4b199f4ec4b16f1adb75b
'2011-12-30T04:39:44-05:00'
describe
'18999' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWI' 'sip-files008.pro'
7cdc748567a543d6ce845ee85d9b23fa
7d7d3c0bd3abeea55d2ef21ef16b8bb2ae8e020f
'2011-12-30T04:36:30-05:00'
describe
'56969' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWJ' 'sip-files008.QC.jpg'
cbd1d6d57894f6b51a2ba26b37d9f587
ce0e683aa731d941cf29d88de48e47cc0ed0e6a0
'2011-12-30T04:39:20-05:00'
describe
'513264' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWK' 'sip-files008.tif'
82e66d36fddc299320ef0d5e3660ca45
63cf6c6941d2c3e86ed086d3e3a148286418a825
'2011-12-30T04:35:45-05:00'
describe
'769' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWL' 'sip-files008.txt'
3e1ed530de9e6f75dd4e793452d00c09
b5f06c00b9f86b6c531b79db8b79dac2d84fffad
'2011-12-30T04:36:22-05:00'
describe
'24864' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWM' 'sip-files008thm.jpg'
37c0859e0913824dced6cc95559ca4e5
ea5d4ce68fcb52d704f64f77eea71be31a71777b
'2011-12-30T04:40:23-05:00'
describe
'62263' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWN' 'sip-files009.jp2'
01f2bf32163d79850f227f4ff6640f77
8bad236878fd9bfbea6d1797f2a2aab5386c63fa
'2011-12-30T04:37:34-05:00'
describe
'163170' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWO' 'sip-files009.jpg'
704f9d55de66999b8def74acc8857ffc
4820ebec1f386149de84d5747b1fa214eb0751f4
'2011-12-30T04:34:26-05:00'
describe
'23903' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWP' 'sip-files009.pro'
d7235d0a11ae720789220bde86caa941
97f0684fe88ddbf4e9dc5308faa757548c64c0fe
'2011-12-30T04:34:33-05:00'
describe
'61271' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWQ' 'sip-files009.QC.jpg'
18e8bb71dd00d884f3ef5a167b4b3b1c
b892a922a2f90f62c5dd9d5bb27c93b49180d552
'2011-12-30T04:35:06-05:00'
describe
'514132' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWR' 'sip-files009.tif'
43934e028afea5f7245df3b364c7b30c
755eaa2e8b3a2d7b671bc3c03452fb1229c65717
'2011-12-30T04:39:04-05:00'
describe
'977' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWS' 'sip-files009.txt'
dcf49141d257cf591429cea07a313981
37c0febc2c0bd0d6da540419ab46a944ce6b9786
'2011-12-30T04:35:08-05:00'
describe
'26234' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWT' 'sip-files009thm.jpg'
4caf85150892b02475aa29abd1439bbb
f21c60c6a5b0e3721c45528e8799c92ac4dbf387
'2011-12-30T04:34:59-05:00'
describe
'62252' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWU' 'sip-files010.jp2'
281df9772e7c6a59239849bce1e2d8fc
9b85519d4321564c074908b09713da7ee09f99cc
'2011-12-30T04:38:24-05:00'
describe
'160779' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWV' 'sip-files010.jpg'
520d40e01b3d8f66e96f72716e3c15a6
2c5ea2c7796f067d6a7aa041753dd88bd6ada00d
'2011-12-30T04:35:55-05:00'
describe
'23291' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWW' 'sip-files010.pro'
79a7e19719c62585029fa70fe9a4b037
9b4d4012ce3ea32d9b074d7a99f04bc46fb9fdf9
describe
'61226' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWX' 'sip-files010.QC.jpg'
b4dd45901d7ef74b57598978bc17ece7
f30d6c28bd9f9b59dbf9e1ce116a2ab402ebd1d7
'2011-12-30T04:38:49-05:00'
describe
'513924' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWY' 'sip-files010.tif'
ec6870c7f582a78fae388522ce114447
a1046e5825047800ad472b7e75359ddd83fd3db0
'2011-12-30T04:38:14-05:00'
describe
'928' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQWZ' 'sip-files010.txt'
4e6f83758b64cda1157ae7343ef2de3a
44651d8e702ac8e9fcfd5bcbcdbe2b391d096b53
'2011-12-30T04:34:47-05:00'
describe
'26415' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXA' 'sip-files010thm.jpg'
19e818b7ff65e7d7622c4e9d342b99dd
7ee687bf47d1259caedb6c9b5ff402ecbc4a7eb0
'2011-12-30T04:34:57-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXB' 'sip-files011.jp2'
1859307753772b583d26c3c4c9ecf174
c5d39848039d216c9205f55849060d37b1b3e1cf
describe
'158051' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXC' 'sip-files011.jpg'
ff9701c73ef289166c9ac588e77a9211
6d22f2eb30aa26e1198a4e0b96c15fbc5ceee85a
'2011-12-30T04:34:13-05:00'
describe
'22250' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXD' 'sip-files011.pro'
37eaff0992eb2740949b69c206355bdf
dab4e34d0edde63ec79c2910a57cca175d0308ff
'2011-12-30T04:38:47-05:00'
describe
'61303' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXE' 'sip-files011.QC.jpg'
2ef92af283c70ba3e04da691c841619b
d8ecbaa6cf19c9313f951dcba67840b3bbd7d9f2
describe
'514172' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXF' 'sip-files011.tif'
fed1c6fe0cd924ae423ba5578cde1632
bab3a89993a7d4b4761498f12983c76682471bfb
describe
'878' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXG' 'sip-files011.txt'
dd89a1a165352282842aa2d83965cb01
2e73002e503ef45c530686d1c863d55759ac56a3
describe
'26552' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXH' 'sip-files011thm.jpg'
04b7fad43c2a00e007d328143551d380
c88a1e878c5a47b2d63afacbc5a0e08c3e93649e
describe
'62307' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXI' 'sip-files012.jp2'
28b8fbf53a5d7ad30648dc53cd2bca29
b08b348fd9aa45f30b35097ea3b3ab215b4e6411
'2011-12-30T04:36:20-05:00'
describe
'155937' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXJ' 'sip-files012.jpg'
faf917f3e6ad21bfa50afc3da97010f6
50181019ee88d96229a5a7d0f1b8956ab18e0e29
'2011-12-30T04:39:15-05:00'
describe
'22033' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXK' 'sip-files012.pro'
79887b7656c92882fe6b3fa28623a3c0
cb093da9dbaaa23307cd281db664e24d4e3280bb
describe
'60030' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXL' 'sip-files012.QC.jpg'
57acbf991b4673236d9f6c81bb308c83
3e0b0178e9b85b1f581cf4129a102956953e1dc6
'2011-12-30T04:35:38-05:00'
describe
'513780' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXM' 'sip-files012.tif'
1bad46a7d64417b3681eab148113e69a
8540c98df595a7c43b134de9d31de1c0cea81e99
'2011-12-30T04:36:57-05:00'
describe
'873' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXN' 'sip-files012.txt'
4a3e90edc7688c04fba5c9be48507389
0eaba7a617de62ce88416d89f4fb388b5c18d185
describe
'25945' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXO' 'sip-files012thm.jpg'
a7c5164f2a3c6308c155168a7807b7e6
34309f8f659e5bf081638785772e5e911eeaaa37
'2011-12-30T04:38:27-05:00'
describe
'62213' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXP' 'sip-files013.jp2'
5bf33a5c029c7459c333508a2c50f483
4240735cf11701bc0916b60775662bc429fb3a4a
'2011-12-30T04:35:50-05:00'
describe
'153259' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXQ' 'sip-files013.jpg'
e38787235fa319ff3a2f0c1d9bc6514f
210a470617e2e4aa84f7769f4ceb614de7de34a0
'2011-12-30T04:39:23-05:00'
describe
'20772' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXR' 'sip-files013.pro'
f3a478caa0e695d635d33fd008959cff
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'2011-12-30T04:38:11-05:00'
describe
'59115' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXS' 'sip-files013.QC.jpg'
dd88dd3b883eacd5c921cd6b3c11acd2
84f98287acb274a4cd9448159198c46d493edcad
describe
'513952' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXT' 'sip-files013.tif'
6252f3c419f7e97a1c8e8bf9b92efa28
dfe241517b01573ff453d7b2410118f5eacb681a
'2011-12-30T04:35:00-05:00'
describe
'830' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAQXU' 'sip-files013.txt'
7fd68f00182a63465b43282fd7c1bca6
a20fd619e0a2ab6753c0889f43c8b02474db3c8d
'2011-12-30T04:37:42-05:00'
describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:37:26-05:00'
describe
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describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:39:11-05:00'
describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:37:14-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:38:05-05:00'
describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:39:14-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:40:03-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:35:13-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:37:16-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:34:18-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:37:18-05:00'
describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:34:46-05:00'
describe
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describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:38:08-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:37:57-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:38:35-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:34:31-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:34:12-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:39:43-05:00'
describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:34:50-05:00'
describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:36:46-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:36:55-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:36:07-05:00'
describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:36:27-05:00'
describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:36:34-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:40:48-05:00'
describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:39:33-05:00'
describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:39:30-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:35:56-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:38:51-05:00'
describe
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'2011-12-30T04:38:53-05:00'
describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:37:04-05:00'
describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:40:31-05:00'
describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:37:19-05:00'
describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:40:44-05:00'
describe
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describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:39:13-05:00'
describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:36:23-05:00'
describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:37:49-05:00'
describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARFB' 'sip-files040.txt'
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'2011-12-30T04:35:18-05:00'
describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARFD' 'sip-files041.jp2'
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:38:10-05:00'
describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:35:21-05:00'
describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARFW' 'sip-files043.txt'
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describe
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:40:25-05:00'
describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'21044' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARKP' 'sip-files061.pro'
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describe
'55275' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARKQ' 'sip-files061.QC.jpg'
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describe
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describe
'859' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARKS' 'sip-files061.txt'
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describe
'24593' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARKT' 'sip-files061thm.jpg'
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describe
'62217' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARKU' 'sip-files062.jp2'
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describe
'146205' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARKV' 'sip-files062.jpg'
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describe
'22251' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARKW' 'sip-files062.pro'
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describe
'56283' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARKX' 'sip-files062.QC.jpg'
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describe
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describe
'886' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARKZ' 'sip-files062.txt'
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describe
'24422' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARLA' 'sip-files062thm.jpg'
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'2011-12-30T04:34:25-05:00'
describe
'62239' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARLB' 'sip-files063.jp2'
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describe
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describe
'20156' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARLD' 'sip-files063.pro'
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describe
'54111' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARLE' 'sip-files063.QC.jpg'
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describe
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describe
'817' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARLG' 'sip-files063.txt'
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describe
'23847' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARLH' 'sip-files063thm.jpg'
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describe
'62224' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARLI' 'sip-files064.jp2'
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARLL' 'sip-files064.QC.jpg'
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describe
'513208' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARLM' 'sip-files064.tif'
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describe
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describe
'24392' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARLO' 'sip-files064thm.jpg'
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describe
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'2011-12-30T04:37:23-05:00'
describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARMP' 'sip-files068.txt'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARMW' 'sip-files069.txt'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARNX' 'sip-files073.tif'
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describe
'862' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARNY' 'sip-files073.txt'
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describe
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describe
'62290' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAROA' 'sip-files074.jp2'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'62299' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAROH' 'sip-files075.jp2'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAROO' 'sip-files076.jp2'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAAROT' 'sip-files076.txt'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARRL' 'sip-files086.txt'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARUT' 'sip-files099.jp2'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARXZ' 'sip-files111.jp2'
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describe
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describe
'22381' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARYB' 'sip-files111.pro'
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARYD' 'sip-files111.tif'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'19223' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARYI' 'sip-files112.pro'
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describe
'52890' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARYJ' 'sip-files112.QC.jpg'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARYK' 'sip-files112.tif'
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describe
'784' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARYL' 'sip-files112.txt'
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARYN' 'sip-files113.jp2'
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describe
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describe
'21703' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARYP' 'sip-files113.pro'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARYQ' 'sip-files113.tif'
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARYS' 'sip-files113.txt'
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describe
'24651' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARYT' 'sip-files113thm.jpg'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARYU' 'sip-files114.jp2'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARZB' 'sip-files115.jp2'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARZG' 'sip-files115.txt'
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARZI' 'sip-files116.jp2'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARZM' 'sip-files116.tif'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAARZN' 'sip-files116.txt'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASAP' 'sip-files120.txt'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASBM' 'sip-files124.jp2'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASBQ' 'sip-files124.tif'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASBX' 'sip-files125.tif'
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASCA' 'sip-files126.jp2'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASCE' 'sip-files126.tif'
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASCH' 'sip-files127.jp2'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASEJ' 'sip-files134.txt'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASIM' 'sip-files150.jp2'
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describe
'157156' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASIN' 'sip-files150.jpg'
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describe
'23207' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASIO' 'sip-files150.pro'
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describe
'59579' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASIP' 'sip-files150.QC.jpg'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASIQ' 'sip-files150.tif'
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describe
'935' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASIR' 'sip-files150.txt'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASIS' 'sip-files150thm.jpg'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASIT' 'sip-files151.jp2'
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describe
'157147' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASIU' 'sip-files151.jpg'
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describe
'22926' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASIV' 'sip-files151.pro'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASIW' 'sip-files155.tif'
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describe
'59704' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASIX' 'sip-files151.QC.jpg'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASIY' 'sip-files151.tif'
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describe
'943' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASIZ' 'sip-files151.txt'
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describe
'25644' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJA' 'sip-files151thm.jpg'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJB' 'sip-files152.jp2'
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describe
'155647' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJC' 'sip-files152.jpg'
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describe
'22859' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJD' 'sip-files152.pro'
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describe
'60050' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJE' 'sip-files152.QC.jpg'
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describe
'513620' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJF' 'sip-files152.tif'
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describe
'930' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJG' 'sip-files152.txt'
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describe
'25753' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJH' 'sip-files152thm.jpg'
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describe
'62292' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJI' 'sip-files153.jp2'
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describe
'159110' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJJ' 'sip-files153.jpg'
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describe
'23947' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJK' 'sip-files153.pro'
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describe
'60738' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJL' 'sip-files153.QC.jpg'
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describe
'513672' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJM' 'sip-files153.tif'
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describe
'972' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJN' 'sip-files153.txt'
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describe
'26105' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJO' 'sip-files153thm.jpg'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJP' 'sip-files154.jp2'
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describe
'157309' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJQ' 'sip-files154.jpg'
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describe
'21419' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJR' 'sip-files154.pro'
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describe
'59623' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJS' 'sip-files154.QC.jpg'
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describe
'514064' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJT' 'sip-files154.tif'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJU' 'sip-files154.txt'
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describe
'26441' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJV' 'sip-files154thm.jpg'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJW' 'sip-files155.jp2'
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describe
'147872' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJX' 'sip-files155.jpg'
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describe
'18378' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJY' 'sip-files155.pro'
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describe
'57674' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASJZ' 'sip-files155.QC.jpg'
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describe
'805' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKA' 'sip-files155.txt'
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describe
'26076' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKB' 'sip-files155thm.jpg'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKC' 'sip-files156.jp2'
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describe
'151244' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKD' 'sip-files156.jpg'
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describe
'22101' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKE' 'sip-files156.pro'
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describe
'57653' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKF' 'sip-files156.QC.jpg'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKG' 'sip-files156.tif'
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describe
'914' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKH' 'sip-files156.txt'
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describe
'25369' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKI' 'sip-files156thm.jpg'
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describe
'62136' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKJ' 'sip-files157.jp2'
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describe
'153203' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKK' 'sip-files157.jpg'
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describe
'21317' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKL' 'sip-files157.pro'
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describe
'58117' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKM' 'sip-files157.QC.jpg'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKN' 'sip-files157.tif'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKO' 'sip-files157.txt'
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKQ' 'sip-files158.jp2'
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describe
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describe
'23579' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKS' 'sip-files158.pro'
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKU' 'sip-files158.tif'
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describe
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describe
'25539' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKW' 'sip-files158thm.jpg'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKX' 'sip-files159.jp2'
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describe
'154459' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASKY' 'sip-files159.jpg'
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASLB' 'sip-files159.tif'
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASLE' 'sip-files160.jp2'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASLI' 'sip-files160.tif'
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASLW' 'sip-files162.tif'
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASLX' 'sip-files162.txt'
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describe
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describe
'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASLZ' 'sip-files163.jp2'
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d86d64fd79fe3affa3f47ae040aab98efa4a252f
'2011-12-30T04:37:07-05:00'
describe
'119860' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASMA' 'sip-files163.jpg'
38b90435d75b58358bd30d940ffab4b7
79df4efd284ebe0dfec25e642c235c568c0565fc
describe
'9216' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASMB' 'sip-files163.pro'
bae30f72633d48edfebd4a90fa1c1d16
db4e66b4b29cd7b884c5acd85fa7cb820e3ab799
describe
'46066' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASMC' 'sip-files163.QC.jpg'
37b3d001314d2c379eed97a2d4284155
a645b2c59aee9a12915be7daf939aabac3f833d3
describe
'512156' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASMD' 'sip-files163.tif'
5157fc7b32f8b56606e34cf8bcf4076d
b24fbb7698c25d4f5fc3e29a40f122a7f297147f
describe
'400' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASME' 'sip-files163.txt'
c87551c53e162acaad21e203d52b2351
491298ca5e9bf4f1858821114cbe39e19c3f100e
describe
'21956' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASMF' 'sip-files163thm.jpg'
e3bbecfdae7a241c1c07a762fcd2fe49
e7c87377baf29740b67372d863b9fb72dabc7162
describe
'7' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASMG' 'sip-filesprocessing.instr'
186291d0d447874278f96c4afb891f57
ce57d1d31747b4de9ce78381901827326c8dedef
describe
'248614' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASMH' 'sip-filesUF00002677_00001.mets'
fe82fa8c4d95bfba7a55f0dfb650facd
4835ec1b850d52eb05c6d546b461bd15421b9cf4
describe
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace 'http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc2/', but the target namespace of the schema document is 'http://digital.uflib.ufl.edu/metadata/ufdc2/'.
'2013-12-13T22:37:02-05:00' 'mixed'
xml resolution
http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc2/ufdc2.xsdhttp://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema
BROKEN_LINK http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc2/ufdc2.xsd
http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema
The element type "div" must be terminated by the matching end-tag "
".
TargetNamespace.1: Expecting namespace 'http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/digital/metadata/ufdc2/', but the target namespace of the schema document is 'http://digital.uflib.ufl.edu/metadata/ufdc2/'.
'321931' 'info:fdaE20090116_AAAATIfileF20090118_AAASMK' 'sip-filesUF00002677_00001.xml'
4f62d9ff737dd41bfc3cd6de0497af5b
e05a9571f90fc37156f75ff1c5b829a93a018d3d
describe
'2013-12-13T22:36:59-05:00'
xml resolution


xml record header identifier oai:www.uflib.ufl.edu.ufdc:UF0000267700001datestamp 2008-11-13setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title Little Alice and her sisterdc:creator J. Masters and Co. ( Printer )dc:subject Girls -- Conduct of life -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )Sisters -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )Temper -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )Embossed cloth bindings (Binding) -- 1853 ( rbbin )dc:description Text on each page enclosed in ornamental border.dc:publisher J. Mastersdc:date 1853dc:type Bookdc:format <4>, 163, <1> p. ; 15 cm.dc:identifier http://www.uflib.ufl.edu/ufdc/?b=UF00002677&v=00001002225604 (ALEPH)AAA2637 (LTQF)ALG5879 (LTUF)05388759 (OCLC)dc:source University of Floridadc:language English