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Since I became interested in children, after the birth of my own children, I have never known one nearly as and yet I am sure that any modern expert on would think that I ought to have had various healthy as I was, children's diet was saved by the practice of stealing crab-apples, which, if it had been known, would have caused the utmost horror and alarm. A similar instinct for selfdeficiency diseases. preservation was Perhaps I the cause of my first lie. My governess left me alone for half an hour with strict instructions to eat no blackberries during her absence.

Who was very Scotch. He used to take me on his knee and read me accounts of railway accidents in the newspaper. " Then there was a French cook named Mi- who was rather terrifying, but in spite of her aweinspiring qualities I could not resist going to the kitchen to see the roast meat turning on the old-fashioned spit, and to steal chaud, lumps of salt, which I liked better than sugar, out of the salt box. She would pursue me with a carving knife, but I always escaped easily. Out-of-doors there was a gardener named MacRobie, of whom I remember little, years old, and the lodge-keeper and his wife, * when was five Mr.

Many of my most vivid early memories are of humiliations. " They all land, laughed at me and said: "Don't you know you cannot get out of House. " I did not venture to explain, and was left overwhelmed with shame. While we were there I went down to the sea mother and my Aunt Agatha. " But the in-coming tide caught a rock, and my grandmother and Aunt Agatha told me to me on wade through the water to the shore. I would not do so, and my aunt had to wade through and carry me. They supposed that this was through fear, and I never told them of my nurse's prohibition, but accepted meekly the lecture on cowardice which resulted.

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