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  2. THE HUMOURIST. A PAIR OF SPECTACLES.

    Yes, dear, I made them, the report is true; Nay, sweetheart, neither chide me nor condemn, For, oh! I wish not even, sweet, with you ...

    Article : 162 words
  3. IT HAD THREE ENDS.

    An Irishman who was out of work went on board a vessel that was in harbour and asked the captain if he could find him work on the ship. "Well," said the captain, at ...

    Article : 143 words
  4. A TEST CASE.

    Two figures in sugar and plaster-of-Paris were given to a Cornish urchin, with the warning, "Don't eat 'em—they're rank poison." The boy and his younger brother ...

    Article : 89 words
  5. DOES MARRIAGE CHANGE A MAN

    It does look as if, after a man get married, he lost all capability for looking after himself. How is it that a man who as a bachelor is the pink of neatness, the ...

    Article : 725 words
  6. MISUNDERSTOOD.

    Village doctor:—"Well, Byles how do you get on with the new vicar?" Vicar's Gardener:—Oh! I don't say nothink again him, sir, but I fancy he's a ...

    Article : 108 words
  7. HE WOULDN'T FIRE.

    A guardsman was discussing politics in a publichouse in the Edgware-road, with two seedy Hyde-park orators. "Tell us," they asked him, "if one day the ...

    Article : 118 words
  8. THE ONE EXCEPTION.

    It is said that when Jay Gould married Miss Taylor she brought a dowry of about £4,000, and Gould took her into a sort of partnership with him; and, under his ...

    Article : 118 words
  9. A PRACTICAL DENTIST.

    Old John S—was a rural postman in a West Country district, and, in a rather rough fashion, was also an amateur dentist. On his rounds one day he met a certain ...

    Article : 130 words
  10. TWO TENNYSON STORIES.

    In "A Talk with Val Prinsep, R.A.," which Mary Angela Dickens contributes to the July Windsor Magazine, there are two Tennyson stories. Both relate to Mrs. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 345 words
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