Excerpt from The Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. 4: December-May, 1870
But to go back to that conversation with my mother. I remember that we were just discussing the point about our material wealth, and I was wondering whether there were really any good fairies who visited people and gave them sundry wishes, when the door was suddenly opened, and in rolled a hat.
Ah, there he is again, said my mother; twice this fortnight.
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