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

By Yonge Charlotte Mary 1823-1901

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Quarll also, whom bad weather had confined within doors a considerable time, which had in a gi-eat measure numbed his limbs and dulled his senses, now finds himself quite revived he no longer can keep within, the fair weather invites him out ; the singing-birds on every side call to him Nature herself fetches him out to behold her treasures. : ; Having with unspeakable pleasure walked some time, diverted with the sweet melody of various singing-birds, and the sight of abundance of difterent sorts of blossomed trees and blooming flowers, all things within the island inspiring joy, he had the curiosity to go and view the sea, so goes over his bridge, and then, at the other side of the rock, where he finds more objects, requiring as much admiration, but affording a great deal less pleasure vast mountains of up and down, threatening all that came in their way.

Having made a sufficient quantity, he makes a couple of nets, about four feet square, which he fastens in the room of the killing snares ; so retired, and resolved to come and examine them every morning. Several days passed without taking anything, so that he flesh for a whole week, which did begin to disorder his stomach, but not his temper; being entirely resigned to the will of Providence, and fully contented with whatever Heaven was pleased to send. One afternoon, which was not hi^ customary time of day to examine his nets, being too visible in the daytime for game to run in ; he happened to walk in the wood, to take the full dimensions thereof, so chanced to go by his nets in one of which were taken two animals, as big as a kid six weeks old, of a bright dun, their horns upright and straight, their shape Hke a stag, most curiously limbed, a small tuft By their horns, which of hair on each shoulder and hip.

THE HISTORY OF PHILIP QUARLL. ' the chest lay a runlet of brandy, a Cheshire cheese, a leather bottle full of ink, with a parcel of pens, and a penknife As for these,' said he, 'they are of use; the pens, ink, and parchment have equipped me to keep a journal, which will as for the cheese divert and pass away a few anxious hours and brandy, they will but cause me new cares before I had them, I wanted them not ; now, the benefit and comfort I shall find in them, when gone, wall make me hanker after them more ; I wish I had still been without them ; but now I'll they are here, it would be a sin to let them be lost.

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