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, I shall try to think that it is not right for me to have it. Mr.--‘s salary is not much more than is necessary to pay our share of the expenses of the mess.
Several of us are engaged in making soap, and selling it, to buy things which seem essential to our wardrobes.
A lady who has been perfectly independent in her circumstances, finding it necessary to do something of the kind for her support, has been very successful in making pickles and catsups for the restaurants.
Another, like Mrs. Primrose, rejoices in her success in making gooseberry wine, which sparkles like champagne, and is the best domestic wine I ever drank; this is designed for the highest bidder.
The exercise of this kind of industry works two ways: it supplies our wants, and gives comfort to the public.
Almost every girl plaits her own hat, and that of her father, brother, and lover, if she has the bad taste to have a lover out of the army, which no girl of spirit would do unless he is incapacitated by sickness