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Mike had constant work in London, with good wages too, as a carpenter, so though at first London and London ways sadly puzzled her, yet she soon became used to the change, and they were so happy–he in his clean, tidy wife, she in her honest, sober husband. org 43 on her husband’s face, she know he was past all suffering, and that she was destitute, and her sweet baby Nora fatherless. But time soothed her anguish; she must be up and doing, and for many years she struggled on, working to keep a home for herself and child; and proud she was of her darling, her beautiful Nora, who grew up a sweet flower of loveliness from a rugged parent stem, with all the beauty of her father’s nation and something of the sweetness of English grace.

As Pollie reached her mother’s door at last, after all this amount of shopping had been accomplished, she heard a well-known voice inside, and knew that Mrs. Flanagan had returned from work, and was now having her usual little chat with Mrs. Turner. Good Mrs. Flanagan, who had been so kind to the widow and her child from the first moment they came to lodge in the room opposite to hers–good old woman, with a heart as noble and true as the finest lady’s in the land–a gentlewoman in every sense, though not of the 41 42 Little Pollie (Large Print) form or manner in which we are accustomed to associate that word.

But I be so dirty and ugly,” he said. ”God made you, dear, and He makes nothing ugly,” replied the little girl soothingly. ”And you say we shall never hunger or thirst in heaven, and never feel pain any more. ” His little friend took his claw-like hand tenderly in hers and stroked it gently. She knew what a wretched life was his, and could not wonder at what he said–”nobody wants me here”– but her heart was full of sympathy for his loneliness. ” she asked after a pause of some length, during which her companion had been silently gazing up at the only piece of sky that was visible in that narrow court, as though trying to 58 Little Pollie (Large Print) imagine where heaven really was, the child having pointed upwards whilst speaking of the home beyond the grave.

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