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We worked hard to pre- pare ourselves, and we had much enjoyment while so doing. When all was quiet they arose from their beds and without waiting for a settlement of their wages, or to say good-by, they slipped out of the house and started homewards, taking with them the watch and the gun.
On the evening of February 13, Arnold Hall was crowded with " the beauty and fashion " of this part of the town, to witness the performance, the programme of which I have pre- served. I spoke, in the character of a country bumpkin, the Prologue which was about twenty lines long. They had not been gone two hours when their absence and the loss of the farmer's property were discovered.
The sides of the trough were formed by planks, some of which could be removed for the convenience of the work- man. The master seized Volum by the coat- collar, Volum grappled with the master, and a rough and tumble fight ensued. The last time which I remember clearly, I arose from bed, went to the chamber window, crept or jumped out backwards, and struck upon an embankment, rolling over upon a pile of stones.
The hammer-heads fitted closely into the wooden trough, the upper surface of whose bottom was curved to correspond with the bottom of the hammer-heads. A bomb exploding among us could hardly have caused greater consternation. I dis- tinctly recollect going once to the corn-barn in this state of somnambulism, and piling up the pumpkins, and being greatly troubled because some of the turbulent vegetables would roll down from the pile, on purpose, as I thought, to vex me.localities, but probably were fashioned after the same general pattern. The mill consisted essentially of a wooden box or trough in which swung to and fro, alternately, a pair of wooden ham- mers, as may be seen in the accompanying illustration. Volum endured this, as he afterwards said, until he saw stars shooting about in various directions. Sometimes the family were awake and my brothers or sisters tickled my ears with a straw, causing me extreme pain.What is here described is that which was used in the town of Norton. The hammer-heads were solid wooden blocks, approximately a foot wide, a foot and a half high, three feet long at the bottom which was rounded from front to back, and a foot and a half long at the top. The sloping front was shaped into a series of small horizontal steps, so to speak. Then, shouting in tones which outrivalled those of the greatest tragedians, " Let me alone or I'll draw upon you, ye villain ! Generally my sleep- walking occurred between the hours of one and three in the morning, and lasted until the painful sensation of cold awoke me.After liis decease the mill building was moved near the highway and converted into a dwelling house, in which Sarah Caswell, the elder daughter of Jonathan Hodges, Junior, lived for some years with her family. Woollen cloth, as is well known, shrinks and tliickens — that is, " fulls " — when it is wetted, unless it has been pre- viously treated. They were, as designated by him, baize, bear- skin cloth, bed blanketting, chaise lining, cloaks, cloak lining, cloth [ordinary woollen cloth], coats, coat lining, coat pat- terns, coverlids, curtains, flannel, fringe, gloves, habits [riding habits], jane [cotton jean], josey [jersey cloth], kerseymere [cassimere], lambskin cloth, pantaloons, ribbon, riding hoods, silk gowns, silk veils, skirts, small clothes [knee- breeches], stockings, surtouts, velvet, westcoats [waistcoats], westcoat patterns, worsted yarn. This is the only Allen death at this period registered in the Norton vital records. One Veil-remembered night seemed to me extraordinarily long, — so long that I asked my mother, who was sitting up with me, if two nights had not come together.The shrinking is hastened if the wet cloth is beaten or pounded. And he also bought constantly brimstone for bleaching, and soap (11 to 22 cts. The colors which he produced, some now rare or unknown, were : — black, blue, navy blue, Prussian blue, British mud, camwood, cinnamon, dark cinnamon, crocus, dove, drumhead, fustic, dark fustic, green, bottle green, olive green, dark olive green, lead, London brown, London brown with camwood, London smoke, London weed, peach-bloom, pearl, red, slate, smoke, snuff, snuff-brown, yellow. Cii ^ ^^$^0a most respects, but it was voted unanimously by the pupils, both girls and boys, that "he was not Master Braman." He certainly was not Mastei; THE OLD COUNTRY SCHOOL. She, probably not understanding my question, or perhaps being only partially awake, answered simply " Yes." And for years I was possessed with the idea that two nights had really come together.
This operation raised up the nap or loose fibre on the surface of the cloth, which now was laid on a table — whose top was covered by cloth or padding — and the nap clipped, or sheared, with long hand-shears, so as to make a smooth surface. In his later years Jonathan Hodges, Junior, used one of the early shearing macliines which worked the shears by macliinery. The piece of heated cloth was folded, a sheet of glazed paper being laid between each fold, placed in a screw press and subjected to strong pressure. The first time occurred in February, 1821, when I was living in Boston. Arnold To which will be added an Interlude Extract from THREE WEEKS AFTER MARRIAGE Charles Backet A. The last I knew of him he had a large family and was trying to support it by heading nails.