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A BIT OF SUNSHINE.

ran up-stairs to ask nurse to put her wraps on. By the time the hors-es were at the door she was all read-y, and took her place with great glee.

What a bright af-ter-noon it was; the long rain had made all the grass and leaves look bright and green, and they were rust-ling in the fresh breeze. A- way out at sea the ships were fly-ing be-fore the wind, looking like great white birds. Kate's home was at the sea-side, and their drive this af-ter-noon would take them for a time on the beach.