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    At The Sign of The Sugared Plum

    “To tell the turth , I was rather glad to get away from Farmer Price and his rickety old cart. He made me uneasy with his hog’s reath and his red, sweaty face and the way he’d suddenly bellow our laughing at nothing at all. I was uneasy, too, about something he’d said when I’d told him I was going to London to join my sister Sarah in her shop. ‘You be going to live in the city, Hannah?’ he’d asked, pushing his battered hat up over his forehead. ‘Wouldnt think you’d want to go there.'” When Hannah gets the message from her sister that she is needed to help…