This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1777 Excerpt: ...proved a seasonable resto rative to herself. As soon as Mr Fielding found that his lay was well recovered, he turned to Ned, and, lifting ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1777 Excerpt: ...proved a seasonable resto rative to herself. As soon as Mr Fielding found that his lay was well recovered, he turned to Ned, and, lifting his hair, observed therenaarkable (earn that the burn had made. It is, it is my child! he tenderly cried. Q my God, how is this? wherein have I deiexvAEcL thy# smallest notice or regards that that thoiv shouldest thus visit me with. thy wanders, and by thy mercies put me to confusion of face. Here Ned kneeled respectfully down for a blessing, which his father silently called upon him with lifted hands and eyes He then raised him, and sitting down, took him fondly to his bosom; Thou art, thou art my son, . my beloved son, he cried; my sirst and my last, the only offspring of my bowels! Thou shalt no more be a wanderer, no more be a. beggar, my babe / Thrice blessed be our meeting, and tenfold blessed thy future fortune! O that our lives, my child, might be made one whole oblation. to him from whom this amazing salvation hath. come!, . By this time, the nurse's distemper wa3 greatly abated, though she still continued extremely low and feeble, and did not seem to recollect, . except by faint glimmerings, any matter that had passed. Me "Fielding then proposed to take her to. town, to the physicians observing that there was room enough for her and Ned; in their carriage; and as Mrs Fielding made no exception, the coach was orf dered to turn directly to the door. Poor Nsd, during. this time, was as a. gerson, who fluctuated between the dread ot kayingkno. wn. and certain enjoy men ts, and and the hopes of possessing somewhat that he had not yet tasted. Mr Fielding then stepped up, in a kind. of quick rapture, to Mr Fenton. Ha. caught him in his arms; My dearest Sir, . he cried, I love, I respect, I revere you, even next t..
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