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CONCLUDED;

BEING THE

LAST PART OF EARLY LESSONS.

BY

MARIA EDGEWORTH.

COMPLETE IN THREE VOLUMES.

· VOL. II.

The business of Education, in respect of knowledge, is not, as I thinko

to perfect a learner in all or any one of the sciences; but to gire h
mind that disposition and those habits that may enable him to attain
any part of knowledge he shall stand in need of in the future course
of his life.

LOCKE.

THE THIRD EDITION, REVISED AND CORRECTED:-

LONDON: BALDWIN AND CRADOCK,

PATERNOSTER ROW,

1837.

LONDON: PRINTED BY WILLIAM CLOWES AND Soxs,

Stamford Street.

ODLES

7 JUN.935
BRARY

CONTENTS OF VOL. II.

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Young Travellers .
Foundery . .
Crystallization ..
Young Travellers ·
Sugar-boiling .
Sugar-refining
Glass-house . .
Printing-press
Steam-boat
Rupert's Cottage.
Canal . . .
Barnacle . .
Harry's Boat . .
A True Story . .
The Bridge . .
Trials of Patience.
The New Bridge
Arches . .
Slide of Alpnach
Roofing . . .
Digby Castle . .

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HARRY AND LUCY.

YOUNG TRAVELLERS.

“HARRY! do you remember, that Mr. Frankland told us last night,” said Lucy, “that we should be surprised, before this day's journey should be over ?”

“So he did,” said Harry; “but I have been so happy all day, that I never thought of it till this minute.”

“I have been very happy too,” said Lucy, “ but I have thought of it sometimes. And now that dinner is over, and that evening is coming on, it is time to think about it. I wonder, Harry, what it can be.”

Lucy was standing in the parlour of the inn, where they had dined, and she looked all round the room, and then out of the window, as she spoke.

“There is nothing surprising here I am sure,” said she. “But I heard papa order, that the

VOL. II.

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