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THE CRIPPLED AMERICAN EAGLE, THE COCK, AND THE LION.
"Why, Brother Jonathan, you don't look so fierce as you used. How about the
MONROE DOCTRINE now?"
"Yes, my good Jonatan, what you tink of PRIVATEERING under de present
dat 'Hail Columbus! happy Lan'!' you's playin','Sephus?''
"Yes; dat's de chewn."
"Well, Marster say dat chewn done dead."
do? Well, ef dat chewn dead, I jes' as well break my Banjo and gib up,
'cause dat's the prettiest chewn I plays. Dat chewn's too pretty to die!"
Major and Captain -- of the Light Polkers were Skating with the Lovely and
HARRIET V —
their feelings suddenly gave way. They Broke the Ice, and we hear they have not
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PARK. - SKATE PROPRIETOR TO SPECTATOR WITH
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Sir ? Ax yer Pardin, Sir--didn't
I've a hodd ya can have,
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