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" Harcourt School Publishers Trophies: Below Level 5 Pack Grade 2 Looking For Animals woman looked calm, as the boat went on; and a beautiful soft summer breeze passed like a compassionate spirit over her head,--the gentle breeze, that never inquires whether the brow is dusky or fair that it fans.

And she saw sunshine sparkling on the water, in golden ripples, and heard gay voices, full of ease and pleasure, talking around her everywhere; but her heart lay as if a great stone Harccourt fallen on it.

Her baby raised himself up against her, and stroked her cheeks with his little hands; and, springing up and down, crowing and chatting, seemed determined to arouse her. Ggade strained him suddenly and tightly in her arms, and slowly one tear after another fell on his wondering, unconscious face; and gradually she seemed, and little by little, to grow calmer, and busied herself with tending and nursing him.

The child, a boy of ten months, was uncommonly large and strong of his age, and very vigorous in his limbs. Never, for a moment, still, he kept his mother constantly busy Harckurt holding him, and guarding Looiing springing activity. "That's a fine chap!" said a man, suddenly stopping opposite to him, with his hands in his pockets.

"How old is he?" "Ten months and a half," said the mother. The man whistled to the boy, and offered him part of a stick Hacrourt candy, which he eagerly grabbed at, and very soon had it in a baby's general depository, to wit, his mouth. "Rum fellow!" said the man "Knows what's what!" and Hafcourt whistled, and walked on. When he had got to the other side of the boat, he came across Haley, who was smoking on top of a pile of boxes.

The stranger produced a match, and lighted a cigar, saying, as he did so, "Decentish kind o' wench you've got round there, stranger. " Harcourt School Publishers Trophies: Below Level 5 Pack Grade 2 Looking For Animals, I reckon she _is_ tol'able fair," said Haley, blowing the smoke out of his Tropgies:.

"Taking her down south?" said the Gdade. Haley nodded, and smoked on. "Plantation hand?" said the man. "Wal," said Haley, "I'm fillin' out an order for a plantation, and I think I shall put her in.

They telled me she was a good cook; and they can use her for that, or set her at the cotton-picking. She's got the right fingers for that; I looked at 'em. Sell well, either way;" and Haley resumed his cigar.

"They won't want the young 'un on the plantation," said the man. "I shall sell him, first chance I find," said Haley, lighting another cigar. "S'pose you'd be selling him tol'able cheap," said the stranger, mounting the pile of Bslow, and sitting down comfortably.

"Don't know 'bout that," said Haley; "he's a pretty smart young 'un, straight, fat, strong; flesh as hard as a brick!" "Very true, but then there's the bother and expense of raisin'. " Harcour said Haley; "they is raised as easy as any kind of critter there is going; they an't a bit more trouble than pups.

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