By Yonge Charlotte Mary 1823-1901
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These pastimes being generally succeeded with bad weather, and dreadful storms, checked the pleasure they gave, with a dread of the evil that tlireatened to follow. Thus commiserating the case of those whose misfortune is to be exposed to them ; having spent some time in reflection, he goes to his usual devotion, and calling to mind, that in all that time he never saw a young fish in the pond, he conjectured that something might destroy the small ones; and as he imagined so it proved, for at his approach, a large fowl flew out of the pond with a fish in its bill, being too large for it to swallow.
Having stood still a considerable time, those animals, seeing he did not go forwards, each went and scratched up for itself, afterwards retiring ; giving him the opportunity to dig up a few for himself: and as he was not come to the place where they grew thick, he laid them in small heaps as he dug them up ; while those sly creatures would, whilst he was digging up more, come down from the trees where they stood hid among the leaves, and steal them away ; which obliged him to be contented for that time with as many as his pockets would hold, resolving to bring something next time which Avould contain a larger quantity; and fearing those animals, which are naturally very cunning, should dig them up and hide them, he comes early the morning following to make his provision; and for want of a sack to put them in, he takes his jacket, which he buttons up, and ties at the sleeves ; and as he had observed that every root had abundance of little offsets hanging at it by small fibres, he pulled off his shirt also, of which he makes another sack to put them in.
Having walked several times round it with much pleasure, he sat down awhile upon its bank, to admire the clearness of the water, through which, to his great comfort, he saw many different sorts of fish, of various sizes, shapes, and colours. ' Being sufficiently diverted with their chasing one another, which were of many beautiful and different colours, and a most delightful scene, he proceeds in his walk, and goes to the south of the island, where he finds another subject of admiration, a noble and spacious wood, whose shades seemed to be made for the abode of peace and pleasure.
A Storehouse of Stories - Storehouse The First by Yonge Charlotte Mary 1823-1901