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F. Shoberl, Jun., Printer to H.R.H. Prince Albert, Rupert Street.

TEMPTATION AND ATONEMENT.

A SUSSEX STORY,

CHAPTER I.

Peasants must weep,

And kings endure;

That is a fate that none can cure.
Yet Spring doeth all she can, I trow :

She bringeth bright hours,
She weaveth sweet flowers,

She dresseth her bowers,
For all below.

PROCTOR.

Hartington is one of the pleasantest villages of the county of Sussex, where pleasant villages abound. No where is brighter verdure to be met with: no where a clearer or niore rapid stream. The district, in a green nook of which it lies imbedded, is essentially rural. For ten miles round, nothing in the shape of a factory is in existence. No mechanic employs more than his single pair of hands, whether

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