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was cleared away, the chairs set back, and Mrs. Ashton in a neat morning dress, with a pretty litt the subject, was entirely his affair. Mrs. Ashton, as she was styled by the parish — Christiaas by far the grandest lady in the parish. Mr. and Mrs. Ashton had been married about six montt so stuck up!" "Poor Lilly!" exclaimed Mr. Ashton, laughing. "What did she say? " "O, sh door after him with unnecessary force, and Mrs. Ashton returned to the fire and arranged her work ace. She was not left long undisturbed, for Mr. Ashton's voice was soon heard calling her in impatiich might have been justified. perhaps, if Mrs. Ashton had picked his pocket of his sermon as he wwas in readiness. Before he left the house, Mr. Ashton had forgotten both his fretfulness and its chimself could have produced the change. Mr. Ashton, exhausted with his day's work, toward home, Missus arose and went into the kitchen, and Mr. Ashton, taking a candle from the table, entered the[10 more...]