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Seth’s broad shoulders have a slight stoop; his eyes are grey; his eyebrows have less prominence and more repose than his brother’s; and his glance, instead of being keen, is confiding and benign.

He has thrown off his paper cap, and you see that his hair is not thick and straight, like Adam’s, but thin and wavy, allowing you to discern the exact contour of a coronal arch that predominates very decidedly over the brow.

“Nay, but it’s often full o’ drink, and that’s worse.” Ben, however, had now got the “red pot” in his hand, and was about to begin writing his inscription, making, by way of preliminary, an imaginary S in the air. ” Adam called out, laying down his tools, striding up to Ben, and seizing his right shoulder.

“Let it alone, or I’ll shake the soul out o’ your body.” Ben shook in Adam’s iron grasp, but, like a plucky small man as he was, he didn’t mean to give in. Why, he’s i’ the right to laugh at me — I canna help laughing at myself.” “I shan’t loose him till he promises to let the door alone,” said Adam.

A scent of pine-wood from a tent-like pile of planks outside the open door mingled itself with the scent of the elder-bushes which were spreading their summer snow close to the open window opposite; the slanting sunbeams shone through the transparent shavings that flew before the steady plane, and lit up the fine grain of the oak panelling which stood propped against the wall.

On a heap of those soft shavings a rough, grey shepherd dog had made himself a pleasant bed, and was lying with his nose between his fore-paws, occasionally wrinkling his brows to cast a glance at the tallest of the five workmen, who was carving a shield in the centre of a wooden mantelpiece.Adam did not join in the laughter, but there was a slight smile on his face as he said, in a gentler tone than before, “Why, thee’st forgot the panels.” The laughter burst out afresh as Seth clapped his hands to his head, and coloured over brow and crown. ” shouted a small lithe fellow called Wiry Ben, running forward and seizing the door. You’ll mayhap be making such a slip yourself some day; you’ll laugh o’ th’ other side o’ your mouth then.” “Catch me at it, Adam.“We’ll hang up th’ door at fur end o’ th’ shop an’ write on’t ‘Seth Bede, the Methody, his work.’ Here, Jim, lend’s hould o’ th’ red pot.” “Nonsense! It’ll be a good while afore my head’s full o’ th’ Methodies,” said Ben.It is clear at a glance that the next workman is Adam’s brother.He is nearly as tall; he has the same type of features, the same hue of hair and complexion; but the strength of the family likeness seems only to render more conspicuous the remarkable difference of expression both in form and face.To the best of our knowledge, the text of this work is in the “Public Domain” in Australia.

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