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Title: Harper’s Young People, April 13, 1880 An Illustrated Weekly Author: Various Release Date: May 12, 2009 [EBook #28778] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE, APR 13, 1880 *** Produced by Annie McGuire [Illustration: HARPER’S YOUNG PEOPLE AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY.] * * * * * VOL.
PRICE FOUR CENTS. Tuesday, April 13, 1880.
Copyright, 1880, by HARPER & BROTHERS.
$1.50 per Year, in Advance. * * * * * [Illustration: MISS NANCY TAKES LEAVE OF THE OFFICERS.] NANCY HANSON’S PROJECT. BY HOWARD PYLE. It was in the old Quaker town of Wilmington, Delaware, and it was the evening of the day on which the battle of Brandywine had been fought. The country people were coming into town in sledges, and in heavy low carts with solid wheels made of slices from great tree trunks, loaded with butter, eggs, milk, and vegetables; for the following day was market-day.
Market-day came every Fourth-day (Wednesday) and every Seventh-day (Saturday).
Then the carts drew up in a long line in Market Street, with their tail-boards to the sidewalk, and the farmers sold their produce to the town people, who jostled each other as they walked Wed Apr 05 01:16:26 2017 2 up and down in front of the market carts--a custom of street markets still carried on in Wilmington. Friend William Stapler stopped, on his way to market in his cart, at Elizabeth Hanson’s house, in Shipley Street, to leave a dozen eggs and two pounds of butter, as he did each Tuesday and Friday evening. Elizabeth came to the door wi...

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