The Adventures of a Squirrel, Supposed to be Related by Himself
1st. That if any thing whatever should make her forget to give me, twice a day, my victuals, I was to be sent away.
2nd. She was never to let me out, except Mrs. Dixon (her mamma) was in the room, and gave her permission.
3rd. She was never to trust me with any body, till I had been in the house three weeks; at which time the second condition would be void.
To these conditions Sally cheerfully subscribed, and ran directly to get me some food. I will give you some little account of her, which, perhaps, may banish that wonder you otherwise might have expressed at some few things you are going to hear. She was in general very willing to learn, and sometimes to do as she was bid; but still she was very subject to be giddy, (not to give it a harsher name,) which often brought her into disgrace. She had a brother about ten years old