1 Mrs. Sowerby said it would do you good.
2 I'd always take Susan Sowerby's advice about children myself.
3 "Susan Sowerby," said Ben Weatherstaff, getting close to her.
4 "That was what the Sowerby woman said," he muttered absentmindedly.
5 I sent for you to-day because Mrs. Sowerby said I ought to see you.
6 "I'll tell thee what, lad," Mrs. Sowerby said when she could speak.
7 Children like that feels like young wolves an food's flesh an blood to em, said Mrs. Sowerby.
8 Mrs. Sowerby was laughing a low comfortable laugh long before he had finished his last sentence.
9 We'd never get on as comfortable as we do," Mrs. Sowerby said, "if it wasn't for Dickon's garden.
10 It was in these twilight hours that Mrs. Sowerby heard of all that happened at Misselthwaite Manor.
11 Mrs. Medlock," Mr. Craven said to her, "now I have seen the child I understand what Mrs. Sowerby meant.
12 Susan Sowerby and me went to school together and she's as sensible and good-hearted a woman as you'd find in a day's walk.
13 If he does live and that Indian child stays here I'll warrant she teaches him that the whole orange does not belong to him, as Susan Sowerby says.
14 But the little oven in the hollow and Mrs. Sowerby's bounties were so satisfying that Mrs. Medlock and the nurse and Dr. Craven became mystified again.
15 Mrs. Sowerby laughed so heartily at the revelation of this difficulty that she quite rocked backward and forward in her blue cloak, and Dickon laughed with her.
16 They actually awoke to the fact that as Mrs. Sowerby had fourteen people to provide food for she might not have enough to satisfy two extra appetites every day.
17 The coming of Dickon and how it had been told to him, the doubt of Mester Colin and the final drama of his introduction to the hidden domain, combined with the incident of Ben Weatherstaff's angry face peering over the wall and Mester Colin's sudden indignant strength, made Mrs. Sowerby's nice-looking face quite change color several times.
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