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A Mother’s Influence

Lesson XVII, McGuffey’s Eclectic Fourth Reader “I was a dull boy,” said Judge B , in answer to some remarks of Mrs. Wentworth, referring to the usual precocity of genius, and hinting at the display which the learned and celebrated Judge must have made in his juvenile studies, “I was a very dull boy. Till I was full nine years old, I dreaded the name of b.....
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