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Mary Barton

There Are Some Fields Near Manchester, Well Known To The Inhabitants
As "Green Heys Fields," Through Which Runs A Public Footpath To A
Little Village About Two Miles Distant. In Spite Of These Fields
Being Flat, And Low, Nay, In Spite Of The Want Of Wood (The Great
And Usual Recommendation Of Level Tracts Of Land), There Is A Charm
About Them Which Strikes Even The Inhabitant Of A Mountainous
District, Who Sees And Feels The Effect Of Contrast In These
Commonplace But Thoroughly Rural Fields, With The Busy, Bustling
Manufacturing Town He Left But Half-An-Hour Ago.

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