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of sand, until it becomes a mass so solid, it is difficult to separate it from the wall, even with a knife.” Here Mrs. Johnson ceased' speaking: The children expressed themselves much obliged to their mamma, and were highly entertained with what they had heard. Frederic said, he thought it would be far better to seek bees' nests than birds' nests, as he saw many boys do; for then their curiosity would be gratified, without causing pain to any creature,--and the delight of finding such a curious nest would be a sufficient recompense for the trouble of seeking it. His mother
perfectly agreed with him: and, during their evening walk, they continued to talk a great deal more about bees.
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