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by a friend. He was an
excellent beast (the ho
rse), excelling, as my
friend told me, in musc
le and wit. Nothing bet
ter than this could be
said about a horse. He
was a sorrel animal, qu
ite handsome, gentle en
ough for Euphemia to dr
ive, and not too high-m
inded to do a little fa
rm-work, if necessary.
He was exactly the anim
al I needed. The carria
ge was not quite such a
success. The horse hav
ing cost a good deal mo
re than I expected to p
ay, I found that I coul
d only afford a second-
hand carriage. I bought
a good, serviceable ve
Rudder Grange by Stockton, Frank Richard, 1834-1902