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} daughters of a farmer.
in the same farm-house.
DIALOGUE I. [Ann is busy dusting the furniture. Her younger
brother William, a cripple, is sitting by the fire. Rachel comes in with her knitting in her hand.]
Ann. O Rachel dear, I am glad you are come to sit with me a bit. I shall have done in one moment.
Rachel. Can I help you to clean up?
I like to do every thing myself. You know one has one's own way of doing things. You were smil