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Charles E. Stowe, Harriet Beecher Stowe compiled from her letters and journals by her son Charles Edward Stowe, Chapter 4: early married life, 1836-1840. (search)
ize the tongs and pound, pound, pound over poor Mina's sleepy head, charitably allowing her about haed apples -doze--ah, um, dear me! why does n't Mina get up? I don't hear her, --doze --a, umm,--I the top of the tea-kettle, said I. At this Mina giggled, and we both laughed to see her merrime I put the pork on the top of the beans? asked Mina. Come, come, said Harriet, laughing. You see how it is. Mina is a new hand and cannot do anything without me to direct her. We must give up thconvulsive sobs. What shall I write next? Mina, pour a little milk into this pearlash, said Ha in the oven.] Here, said I, let me direct Mina about these matters, and write a while yourselfut in the brown or the white bread first? said Mina. The brown first, said Harriet. What is shall I put ginger into this pumpkin? queried Mina. No, you may let that alone just now, replg-shells and all this truck here? interrupted Mina. Put them in the pail by you, answered Harr[8 more...]