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HARRY AND LUCY
THE LAST PART
IN FOUR VOLUMES.
The business of Educatiou, in respect of knowledge, is not, as I think, to
give his mind
72, ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD; AND
47, PATERNOSTER ROW.
OUR travellers next arrived at Frankland Hall, in Staffordshire, where they were to spend three days, with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Frankland.
The first day at dinner, an old gentleman observed, that the pie dishes of Wedgwood's ware were good contrivances for keeping vegetables hot, and remarked, how very like real pie crust one of them looked,
Mr. Frankland, who had been an intimate friend of the late Mr. Wedgwood, said, that he was present the first day when one of these imitations of pie crust appeared at dinner; the children of the family did not