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PATERNOSTER ROW ;
AND R. HUNTER, SUCCESSOR TO J. JOHNSON,
ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD.
Published for the Use of Children and
By J. AIKIN, M. D.
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The mansion-house of the pleasant village of Beechgrove was inhabited by the family of FAIRBORNE, consisting of the master and mistress, and a numerous progeny of children of both sexes. Of these, part were educated at home under their parents' care, and part were sent out to school. The house was seldom unprovided with visitors, the intimate friends or relations of the owners, who were entertained with cheerfulness and hospitality, free from ceremony and parade. They formed, during their stay, part of the family; and, were ready to concur with Mr. and Mrs. Fairborne in any little domestic plan for varying their amusements, and particularly for promoting the instruction and entertainment of the younger part