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HOUSE KE E PE R.
BY MRS. CLARISSA PACKARD.
Qaickly. Look you, I keep his bouse, and I wash, wring, brow, bake, scour, dren
Simple. 'Tis a great charge to come under one body's hand.
PUBLISHED BY HARPER & BROTHERS
NO. 82 CLIFF. STREET.
1 83 8.
[Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1834, by
HARPER & BROTHERS, in the Clerk's Office of the Southern District of New-York.]
Ici tout est vivant, tout parle à ma memoire
My maiden name was Clarissa Gray. I was born in the neighbourhood of Boston (Mass.), in 17, and educated with the few facilities at that time afforded for the young; that is, I read “No man may" in Webster's Spelling-book, then advanced to the more elaborate “ Art of Speaking,” and committed to memory, page by page, Morse's Geography, without maps, of course in glorious uncertainty with regard to the position even of my own country. My