Frank and Fanny by Mrs. Clara Moreton


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Title: Frank and Fanny

Author: Mrs. Clara Moreton

Release Date: June 3, 2005 [EBook #15977]

Language: English

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[Illustration]

FRANK AND FANNY:
A RURAL STORY.

BY MRS. CLARA MORETON.


WITH NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS.


BOSTON:
PHILLIPS, SAMPSON & CO.
1851.


Entered, according to act of Congress, in the year 1850,
By PHILLIPS AND SAMPSON,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of
Massachusetts.



PREFACE.


To inculcate gentleness of disposition, patience, and benevolence, and
to inspire the young with a love for the simple pleasures of rural
life, is the purpose of the following story. The love of exciting
narratives is not favourable to the developement of those mild virtues
which are the most beautiful ornaments of youth; and, in the following
pages, the quiet scenes and simple characters of rural life solicit
attention, in preference to the hairbreadth 'scapes and marvellous
adventures which are often brought under the notice of the young. If
the author has succeeded in the moral purpose of her little book, she
will be satisfied with the result.




FRANK AND FANNY.



CHAPTER I.

FRANK AND FANNY'S HOME.

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