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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 542 pages of information about Young Folks Treasury, Volume 3 (of 12).

Limby Lumpy

The Sore Tongue

By Jane Taylor

Eyes and No Eyes, or The Art of Seeing

By John Aikin and Mrs. Barbauld

Prince Life

By G.P.R.  James

The Fruits of Disobedience, or The Kidnapped Child

Dicky Random, or Good Nature Is Nothing Without Good Conduct

Embellishment

By Jacob Abbott

The Oyster Patties

Two Little Boys

By Thomas Day

     I. The good-natured little boy

    II.  The ill-natured little boy

The Purple Jar

By Maria Edgeworth

The Three Cakes

By Armand Berquin

Amendment

Trial

By John Aikin and Mrs. Barbauld

A Plot of Gunpowder:  An Old Lady Seized for a Guy

Ascribed to William Martin ("Peter Parley”)

Uncle David’s Nonsensical Story About Giants and Fairies

By Katherine Sinclair

The Inquisitive Girl

Busy Idleness

By Jane Taylor

The Renowned History of Little Goody Two-Shoes

Ascribed to Oliver Goldsmith

INTRODUCTION

     I. How and about little Margery and her brother

    II.  How and about Mr. Smith

   III.  How little Margery obtained the name of goody two-shoes, and
        what happened in the parish

    IV.  How little Margery learned to read, and by degrees taught others

     V. How little two-shoes became A trotting tutoress, and how she
        taught her young pupils

    VI.  How the whole parish was frightened

   VII.  Containing an account of all the spirits or things she saw in the
        church

  VIII.  Of something which happened to little Margery two-shoes in A
        barn, more dreadful than the ghost in the church; and how she
        returned good for evil to her enemy, sir Timothy

    IX.  How little Margery was made principal of A country college

(Part Two.) The Renowned History of Mrs. Margery Two-Shoes

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