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sing as well as the buttons. " "But I must tell you, because I really mean to have my housekeeping affairs in as good order as any one. I was looking over your shirts yesterday afternoon, and had put them all to rights but these two, when Mrs. Lenox came in, in great distress, to say that her sister's child was much worse, and, they feared, dying; so I dropped all and went over there. You know how it was. No one had any calmness or presence of mind; the child's convulsions were frightful to witness; the mother was in hysterics, and Mrs. Lenox worse than nobody at all. It was nearly midnight before I could get away, and in the mean time Amy had put the room in order and restored the shirts to their places." Here Amy put her head into the room. "If you please, Missus, a young woman in the kitchen would like to see Missus a minute." Missus arose and went into the kitchen, and Mr. Ashton, taking a candle from the table, entered the study and locked himself in.--Chrissy wa