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Blacksmiths

Blacksmiths.jpg When Ah Tcha had eaten his Evening Rice, he took lantern and entered the largest of his millsThumbnailsOf course, they wore hideous false facesWhen Ah Tcha had eaten his Evening Rice, he took lantern and entered the largest of his millsThumbnailsOf course, they wore hideous false facesWhen Ah Tcha had eaten his Evening Rice, he took lantern and entered the largest of his millsThumbnailsOf course, they wore hideous false facesWhen Ah Tcha had eaten his Evening Rice, he took lantern and entered the largest of his millsThumbnailsOf course, they wore hideous false faces
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Blacksmiths

The blacksmiths, with the exception of those who use the sledge-hammer, sit as do the carpenters while they hammer the iron. I wish you could see them at work with their simple apparatus. They have small anvils, which they place in a hole made in a log of wood which is buried in the ground. They do not use such bellows as you see in America.

Author
Dr. Scudder's Tales for Little Readers, About the Heathen.
By Dr. John Scudder
Published 1849
Available free from gutenberg.org
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