“Hetty was too cold, and tired, and hurt to speak again, and Mark was too much annoyed at his own carelessness, and what he called Hetty's stupidity, to be able to thank her, and offer to make friends with her.”
“I could not sleep hall night, and to-day I called Hetty there, over, and she said as she'd do her werry best to bring either the old master yere, or you miss, and you see you are come; 'tis an awful thing to die without parding, that's why”
“Mrs. Plumfield, coming back from the old lady and speaking rather low; – "now that Hetty is here, can't your mother spare you?”
“In his imagination he saw long years of his future life stretching before him, blest with the right to call Hetty his own: he could be content with very little at present.”
“Rudy ran over woods and fields, up and down the neighboring hills, calling Hetty and Champion, whistling and shouting, until he was hoarse.”
“Then he buried his face in his hands, and sat motionless for a long time: he was trying to recall Hetty's last looks, last words.”
“With half an eye one could see that he did not relish the idea of Hetty posing for days to the handsome, agreeable painter.”
“Her name is Henrietta, but I generally call her Hetty," said the traveller.”
“The person I took the most notice of that night was a French Black called Hetty, whom my master took in privateering from another vessel, and made his slave.”
“I am called Hetty, though when they spell the name in the bible, they always spell it Esther.”
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The names of cows from literature, your little acre of heaven, your memory, or otherwise.
I am particularly fond of those in my memory that ended in "ie", such as Bossie and Bessie.
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