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Now as many People, even at that Time had learned to lie in Bed long in the Morning, ſhe thought the Lark might be of Uſe to her and her Pupils, and tell them when to get up.

For he that is fond of his Bed, and lays 'till Noon, fives but half his Days, the reſt being loſt in Sleep, which is a Kind of Death.

Some Time after this a poor Lamb had loſt its Dam, and the Farmer being about to kill it, ſhe bought it of him, and brought it home with her to play with the Children, and teach them when to go to Bed; for it was a Rule with the wiſe Men of that Age (and a very good one, let me tell you) to