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Children — not very far off. Mr . Heywood, such was the nameof the said Proprietor, advancedwith a very civil salutation — & very — much concern for theaccident — some surprise at any body's attempting that road in a Carriage — & ready offers of aſsistance. service. in any way His courtesies werereceived with Goodbreeding & Gratitude & whileone or two of the Men lenttheir help to the Driver in gettingthe Carriage upright again, the Travellor said —"You are extremely obliging Sir, & I take you at yourword. — The injury to my Leg is I dare say very trifling, but itis always best better to in these casesto have a Surgeon's opinion withoutloſs of time; & as the road does

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