Adventures of Little Bewildered Henry

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Table of Contents The Adventures of Little Bewildered Henry. ................................................................................................... 1 Anonymous. ............................................................................................................................................. 2 The Adventures of Little Bewildered Henry i
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Anonymous This page copyright © 2004 Blackmask Online. http://www.blackmask.com The Adventures of Little Bewildered Henry The Extraordinary Adventures Of Poor Little Bewildered Henry, Who was shut up in an Old Abbey for Three Weeks: A Story Founded On Fact Produced by Internet Archive; University of Florida, Children, Fritz Knack and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team LITTLE BEWILDERED HENRY. By The Author Of Nothing At All [Illustration: FRONTISPIECE. See Page 9 ] The Extraordinary Adventures Of Poor Little Bewildered Henry, Who was shut up in an old Abbey for Three Weeks . A Story Founded On Fact. by The Author Of “Nothing At All,” Etc. 1850. The Adventures Of Little Bewildered Henry [Illustration] “Oh, mamma! mamma! where is you, mamma?” sobbed little Henry, a sweet child of three years old, as he stood in the lawn, opposite the door, with the wind blowing his pretty hair and clothes all about him: “Oh, mamma! mamma! where is you? I don't know where is you, my own mamma.” “What are you crying for?” said Bill Boldface, a naughty boy in the village, “eh, what are you crying for, you bold puppy? It's a good scelping you want. Don't you know what a scelping is, my boy?——a good whipping.” “No, no! me don't want a whipping, me don't want a whipping; me want mamma. Oh! where is you, my own mamma?” “Well, she's gone into the wood there; and, if you don't make haste and run after her, a big pig that's there under the tree, all bloody, with long ears and cocked tail, will eat her. Run, my boy: that's right: run, now, run.” Poor little Henry, much more alarmed for his mamma than for himself, flew into the wood with the hope of saving her; and having run a good way without stopping, calling all the time for his dear mamma, he tripped against a tree and fell: but quickly recovering, he stood up and continued his race, till, quite exhausted, he sat down on the grass, and there continued panting and crying bitterly. At last, he turned round; and what should he see, to his great joy, but his favourite dog Fidelle. “O, Fidelle! Fidelle!” said the baby, hugging his little arms round the dog's neck, “O! where's mamma? and where's papa? and where's nurse? Where, Fidelle? cannot you tell me where?” But having received no answer, he stood up, and again commenced his journey,
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