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ſuch a poor little ragged Girl as Margery, and ſuch a dirty little curl-pated Boy as Tommy. Our Relations and Friends ſeldom take Notice of us when we are poor; but as we grow rich they grow fond. And this will always be the Caſe, while People love Money better than Virtue, or better than they do God Almighty. But ſuch wicked Folks, who love nothing but Money, and are proud and deſpite the Poor, never come to any good in the End, as we ſhall ſee by and by.


C H A P. II.
How and about Mr. Smith.

MR. Smith was a very worthy Clergyman, who lived in Pariſh where Little Margery and Tommy