The following are such as are perennial, and are of the most troublesome nature, being xtremely difficult to get rid of in consequence of their creeping roots. It unfortunately appens that, where the land is the most worked, and the roots the more broken thereby, the more the crop of weeds increases on the land.
"But, teacher, we didn't have time," pleaded Flossy; "you called us out so quick! Won't you forgive us!" "Yes, I will," said Rosy Frances, gently; "I will, if thee'll speak up 'xtremely loud, and fix thine eyes on thy teacher." The pupils replied, "Yes, ma'am," at the top of their voices. "Now," said Rosy Frances, appearing to read from the book, "where is the Isthmus of Susy?"
And, above all, you're not to go TALKING, remember!" "Well, if you think Dora Milburn's good enough," returned Lorne's youngest sister in threatening accents, "it's more than I do, that's all. Hello, Miss Murchison!" she continued, as Advena appeared. "You're looking 'xtremely dinky-dink. Expecting his reverence?"