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Any way, I'm goin' to nuss her for a spell. " "I declare I do wish you was goin' along," said the old lady in a wistful voice. "I'm kind o' hampered with these bundles and things.--But my trunk was packed, and I thought maybe l'd have to stop quite a while in York, and this pongee I'm in isn't very much to look at, so I put up my best black silk gown, and two trilled caps, and some handkerchiefs, so 't I needn't appear otherwise than conformable to city folks's ways, and then I knew James Greene (that's John's brother, lestways his step-brother) was extreme fond of Rox bury russets, so I concluded to take along a few; they have kept over so well — why, it's June the tenth to-day --and I couldn't go without my umberell no way, if it should come on to rain; and then I had the fennel so 'st if I should be sick to my stomach a riding in the cars, it's very warning--" "Manchester!" interposed the conductor, and Mrs. Packard bundled out of the cars with a rapid farewell to her tra