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Image from page 22 of “The Bodleys telling stories” (1878)

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Image from web page 22 of “The Bodleys telling stories” (1878)
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Title: The Bodleys telling stories
Year: 1878 (1870s)
Authors: Scudder, Horace Elisha, 1838-1902
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Publisher: New York : Hurd and Houghton
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
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ingtoward us: — here Ned seizin»i his knite, beat a iin*»:linn: tattoo onaflat iron which was lying near: then we heard a squeal: —here Ned s(|uealed piteously. Oh, please dont, stated Lucy. Jingle, jingle, went Neds bells. The scpiealing kept on, and pi-etty quickly a horse and sleigh camedriving up the hill. We could nt see any body driving, but wecould see a pig in a box on the seat. Was it a Suflblk ? interrupted Nathan, who was rather a pigfancier. •• Properly, you may possibly have thought it was a Suffolk ating. stated Ned.if it hadnt been for the squeal. The hor.se stopped when he gotto us. We looked into the sleigh. There was a buffalo robe onthe bottom, and we believed the drier may possibly have tund)led out.oi- have stopped soiuewhei-e on the road, and that the horse hadstarted oil without him. This i)igs been to market, stated Eustace Penhallow. •• Why, that s my cousin. said Phijipy. To be confident, he was one particular of the boys, mentioned Ned. He cant discover his way home, said I, lets show him. Just

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THE MOONLIGHT COAST. A WINTER NIGHTS TALE. 19 then the horse started off once more, and as he was going toward theschool, and our sport was more than, we all gathered about the sleigh,putting the ropes of our sleds round the runners, so that we couldsit on the sleds and be drawn by the sleigh, but let go our hold atany moment. You see none of us precisely liked to get into thesleigh simply because the pig was there. As we went up the hill, we over-took the two boys who had been ahead, and they fastened their sledstoo, and so we jogged along, the pig squealing, the sleigh-bells jing-lini*:, and we beo-iiniino to wonder what we ought to do about the horseand sleigh and pig, for right after riding so fir, we felt we ought to dosomething about it it seemed as if we had captured a prize andwere going into port. Just as we have been coming to the college-house,the horse all of a sudden turned into a yard close to by — it was Mr. Rem-icks — he was a farmer who supplied our college with milk ande(ji&gt:s and veo:etables. Co O • Ned

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Image from page 22 of “The World’s almaniac for 1879 : a compendium of useless and interesting data” (1878)

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Image from web page 22 of “The World’s almaniac for 1879 : a compendium of useless and intriguing info” (1878)
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Identifier: worldsalmaniacfo00chur
Title: The World’s almaniac for 1879 : a compendium of useless and exciting info
Year: 1878 (1870s)
Authors: Church, Frederick S. (Frederick Stuart), 1842-1924
Subjects: American wit and humor
Publisher: New York : World

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— The Worlds Almaniac for 1879.— 15

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16 —The Worlds Al?na?iiac for i8?g.— Hft? §ine of the ^incitnt SJmttcr Displaying How He Sold the Hempress of Perus Laces to a Lady,and What Came of the Transaction. I. IT is an Ancient Mariner,And the door-bell ringeth he:By thy long red beard and cocked eye, What wouldest thou of me?He holds her with his cocked eye, His trousers he doth hitch,And thus spoke on that red-haired man,With several an avast and which. II. My ship is on the sea,—I imply, My ship is at the docks,And my boat is on the shore,—that is, At the boarding-residence is my box.The good ship Caroline, eighty days Is she from Pernambu-Co, which she bears the choicest wares From the Kingdom of Peru. Peru ? Praps you ve the yellow fe— The lady interjected: Avast there—no ! (with a yo-heave-ho) Which the bark have been disinfected:For they have slushed her topmasts down, And swabbed her magazine,And she hath been smoked and thoroughly soaked With acid quarantine:Which we, poor sailors, for 3 monce We can not draw our p

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Image from page 192 of “Outlines of ancient and contemporary history, on a new plan” (1839)
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Title: Outlines of ancient and contemporary history, on a new program
Year: 1839 (1830s)
Authors: Robbins, Royal, 1787-1861. [from old catalog]
Subjects: History
Publisher: Hartford, Belknap and Hamersley

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