The book The Shepherd of Salisbury Plain And Other Tales was written by author More, Hannah, 1745-1833 Here you can read free online of The Shepherd of Salisbury Plain And Other Tales book, rate and share your impressions in comments. If you don't know what to write, just answer the question: Why is The Shepherd of Salisbury Plain And Other Tales a good or bad book?
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They will keep company with their equals; they despise trade and finn- ing ; and I own I'm for the stuff. I should not like them to marry any but a man of substance, if lie was ever so smart. Now they will hardly sit down with a substa country dealer. But if they hear of a recruiting party in our market-town, on goes tho finery — oft' they are. Some flimsy excuse is patched up. They want something at the book-shop or the milliner's ; because, I suppose, there is a 294 THE TWO WEALTHY FARMERS; c...hance that some Jack-a-napes of an ensign may be there buying sticking plaster. In . Short, I do grow a little un- easy ; for I should not like to see all I have saved thrown away on a knapsack. So saying, they both rose and walked out to view the farm. Mr. Bragwell affected greatly to admire the good order of every thing he saw ; but never forgot to compare it with something larger, aud handsomer, or better of his own. It was easy to see that self was his standard of perfection in every thing.