A Storehouse of Stories - Storehouse The First by Yonge Charlotte Mary 1823-1901

By Yonge Charlotte Mary 1823-1901

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Thus thoroughly easy in his mind, he proposes to spend the afternoon at the outside of the rock, in viewing the sea, and looking for oysters ; so takes in his hand his long staff to grapple in holes ; and his breeches, which he ties at the knees, to bring them in. ' said he, a dismal token of insatiable ambition which makes men often lose their lives in seeking what they seldom find ; and, if they e\cr Hap])y do, 'tis commonly attended with a world of care. is he who limits his desires to his ability, aspiring not above ' ' !

Having finished his net, and everything which belonged to it, he goes and fastens it to the trees, as he had proposed then takes a walk to his new plantations, which he found in a thriving condition ; for which, and other benefits already received, he resolves, as in duty bound, to attend at his usual jilace of worship, and sing thanksgiving psalms, which the hardness of the weather had kept him from all the late winter; but it now coming into his mind, that whilst he was at his devotion, returning thanks for the fair prospect of a plentiful crop, his antelopes would break into the close, the hedge being as yet but thin, and devour the promising buds, which are the principal occasion of his devotion; this not altogether improper consideration puts a sad check to his religious intention, and though there was a vast obligation to prompt him to the performance of that part of his duty, yet he could not, with wisdom, run the hazard, out of mere devotion, to lose so promising a crop, which he should never be able to retrieve; all his stock of seed being then in grass.

So, having concluded upon catching some of those animals he had seen in the wood, he considers by what means, having no dogs to hunt, nor guns to shoot. Having paused : awhile, he resolves upon making gins, wherewith he had seen hares catched in Europe: thus, taking some of the cords which he had found with the sail at the outside of the rock, he goes to work, and makes several, which he fastens at divers gaps in the thickset within the wood, through which he judged that sort of beast he had a mind for, went.

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