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 Front Matter
 Frontispiece
 Title Page
 Dedication
 Preface
 Extract from diary
 Reginald Rackstraw or the hero...
 Easy lessons in French and...
 Back Matter
 Advertising
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Title: Master Charlie, painter, poet, novelist, and teacher
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 Material Information
Title: Master Charlie, painter, poet, novelist, and teacher : with numerous examples of his work
Physical Description: 67, 4 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Harrison, C. ( Compiler )
Browne, Phillis, 1839-1927 ( Author, Primary )
Cassell & Company ( Publisher )
Belle Sauvage Works ( Printer )
Hamer, S.H. ( Author, Secondary )
Publisher: Cassell and Company, Limited
Place of Publication: London
Paris
New York
Manufacturer: La Belle Sauvage
Cassell and Company, Limited
Publication Date: 1899
 Subjects
Subject: Wit and humor, Pictorial   ( lcsh )
Brothers and sisters -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Cousins -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Birthdays -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Zoos -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Seaside resorts in literature -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Weddings -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Caricatures and cartoons -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Children's stories, English   ( lcsh )
Picture books for children -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Puzzles -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Publishers' catalogues -- 1899   ( rbgenr )
Children's stories -- 1899   ( lcsh )
Juvenile literature -- 1899   ( rbgenr )
Diaries -- 1899   ( rbgenr )
Caricatures -- 1899   ( rbgenr )
Genre: Publishers' catalogues   ( rbgenr )
Children's stories
Juvenile literature   ( rbgenr )
Diaries   ( rbgenr )
Caricatures   ( rbgenr )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
France -- Paris
United States -- New York -- New York
England -- Melbourne
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: collected by C. Harrison and S.H. Hamer.
General Note: Title page and frontispiece printed in red and black.
General Note: Pictorial cover.
General Note: Contains prose and verse.
General Note: "Advertisement for Mellin's food; Mellin's emulsion for coughs & colds"--back cover.
General Note: "I have indevored to combine amusement with instrucktion"--t.p.
General Note: Publisher's catalogue follows text.
General Note: Written by S.H. Hamer and illustrated by C. Harrison as if by a child. Spelling is phonetics.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00089032
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002224145
notis - ALG4406
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Front Matter
        Page 1
    Frontispiece
        Page 2
    Title Page
        Page 3
    Dedication
        Page 4
    Preface
        Page 5
    Extract from diary
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    Reginald Rackstraw or the hero of the Rocky Mountains
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    Easy lessons in French and German
        Page 53
        Page 54
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    Back Matter
        Page 68
    Advertising
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    Back Cover
        Back Cover 1
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MASTER CHARLIE'S SNAP-SHOT OF THE DIAMOND JUBILEE PROCESSION





M ASTER CHARLIE + PAINTER
POET, NOVELIST, AND


TEACHER + WITH


NUMER-


OUS EXAMPLES OF HIS WORK
COLLECTED BY C. HARRISON


AND


S. H. HAMER.


" I HAVE INDEVORED TO
COMBINE AMUSEMENT
WITH INSTRUCTIONN"
M. C.


CA' ELL AND COMPANY, LIMITED,
LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK AND
MELBOURNE. I899.







































ONE WHO HAS ALWAYS APPRESHIATED


MY HUMBLE EFORTS-


JAM


I DEDDYCAT THIS LITTEL BOOK.















PREFFASE.


I HAVE been asked by Messers Harrison & Hamer to rite a few
words by way of preffase to this eddishun of my works which they
have (with infinit toyle and laber) collected together. It will be at
wunce apparent to the most kashual reader that some of the spessi-
mins of my work given in the foloing pages is of a femminin nature
& was in fact written and drorn for a maggerzeen. Hense the ex-
preshuns "next munth," "next time," etsetterer. I have bin pur-
swaded by Messers Harrison & Hamer (who arnt bad yung chaps
on the whoal-they kno a good thing when they see it) to leeve
these refferenses just as they appeared in Little Folks which is the
maggerzeen referred to. It is custumerry, I kno, to acnollidge with
thanks the curtisy of the Edditer of the maggerzeen that you take
your things from, but I shan't : I think it ort to be the other way
round, the Edditer of Little Folks ort to acnollidge mi curtisy in
menshuning him and giving his paper such a jolly good advertis-
ment. That's orl, I think. MASTER CHARLIE.
Jooly, 1899.

Oh, I fergot to explane that the fruntispeace is a fotergraf that
I took with my kammerer: orl the other pictures are orridginal
drorings.

N.B.-I ort perhaps to menshun that Mister Harrison has col-
ectid the pictures and Mister Hamer the akumpennying teckst: they
seam to have dun there work farely well.


























EXTRACT FROM DIARY.


At the sters : par in the fourground. polly tomkins sitting on
the chare. the seckund asistent is saying and the neckst thing
maddam. i like the shop walker best. par doesn't think it's very
good of him, but it is reely."


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SHOPPING AT THE STORES.

























EXTRACT FROM DIARY.

"this is mi sister Muryell's weedin. arnt the hosses good they
were a-pare ov Dashingrays. the paper sed that Murriell 'looked
luvly in a charming Kostume of Krape de shinn timed with rich
Vollangscience lace, guseted down the front and cort up in pleets
with little notts of oringe blosum.' i dident think she looked at
all luvly ennyway this is wot she looked like speshully the gusets.
i woz the page boy-with sutch a silly hat on i am looking angry
-i dident wont to carri her old trane, but she sed sheed give me
to slises of kake so i did it. it woz larks shiing the rycce and
slipers, i kort the old cochman such a wuner with pars old boot.
he woz wild."








































































SISTER MURIEL'S WEDDING.


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EXTRACT FROM DIARY.

"att the seesyde. i made this droring wen i wos att marGit.
the hansum yung chap in the smugggglers cap which is standing in
the worter is mee. the gurl is my sister Marier. She is a silly.
She woodent lett me play with her bote. the old lady. with sports
on her dress is my ant. the nurse and the baby hoo are being
fotergrarfed are looking plesunt. in the distans you can sea the
marene parade, the cherry bang is not in the see, it is in the rode.
i like polly tomkins best-her with the spade in the corner and the
hat-shee is orfly prity."






















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AT THE SEASIDE























EXTRACT FROM DIARY.

I give heer a fu pourtrits from mi gallery. for the bennyfitt of
those hoo hav nott gott so farr as mee in history I depend some
zoolojikle noats. i. Sir Wallter Rayly introduced tobako & pertatos
& was drowned in konsekwens of his faithful servant hoo thort hee
was on fier. 2. Willyum Tel and his pore boy-the story is 2 wel
knoan for mee to discount itt heer-the egspreshun of the pore
boy has been mutch admyred. 3. the notorrius guy fox-invented
krakers & skwibbs & is tlharefor not for anage butt for orl time.
4. Willyum Shaxepearr rote plais & is our greatest living pote.
5. Nappolyun Bonnypart crorsin the alppes orfly good. 6. Vycount
nelsonn holding a teleskop to his blind i (wot a silli hee must
have bean. how could hee sea). 7. The dooke of Wellinton saying
up gards and attem. drorn from lyfe. 8. Gorge Washinton &- his
farther. Gorge is dippiktid in the ackt of telling a li becos hee
cudent hav kut down that tre with his hattchitt."


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PORTRAITS OF CELEBRITIES


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EXTRACT FROM DIARY.

"att cussin Mord's birthday party. ime not in this won.
Mord is the won in the middel with the Barth bunn. The two
Sniggersun gurls are playing Rooso's drcem they plade nearly all nite
and no won lissened but missis sniggersun. the majick lantern
was silli, but it wasn't a bad super."


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COUSIN MAUD'S BIRTHDAY-PARTYI


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EXTRACT FROM DIARY.


"this one is on skating. the pusson hoo is kutting figgers in
the midel is me. It is orfully good. the gurl setting on the chare
is mi bigg sister Muryell. the chap with the segar is her fyongcy.
hee is rather a bounder, the old ionny sitting on his hed is pa. it
is orfully like. I am doing an orfully difikult tiger in the picktshur;
it took me a long time to lurn it, but it is splendid wen you can
do itt like me. i think that's orl."


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SKATING ON THE SERPENTINE,



SKATING ON THE SERPENTINE.
















EXTRACT FROM DIARY.

Att the Zoo. i was so pleezed with this picture that i maid up
sum potry about it. here it is :-
ATT THE ZOO.
Oh how nice it is to be att the zoo,
and to ride on the ellyfant,
and to go and see the girrafs
and the munkis, and lions, and tigers,
and
bears, and hippypottymuses.
(that's the end of the first verse.)
i went to the zoo one day,
with marier who is my sister
also with my uncle and arnt
and I gave the ellyfant a bun.
(end of seckund verse.)
their was a littel boy on the ellyfant
and he cride,
if I was on an ellyfant
i woodent cri
but i wood call out, look at me!
hear am i on the grate big ellyfant
and i'm not a bit afrade.
Hurroo
(that's orl the fotry.)

i think i shall make it up into a song and sing it. it's orfly good,
isn't it ?"


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EXTRACT FROM DIARY.
these ar pourtrits i think i am the best i am waring mi eaten
soot sanndown is very good & his bysepps are quite as large as
that and so is paddis hare. the prints of walles sat speshully for
mee. itt's orfully esy doing pourtrits. "


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EXTRACT FROM DIARY.


This is orfly good two. i woz the klown, and polly tomkins
is the phary isnet shee jest loverly. Marier (she is a silly) woz
little boPeep & shee wood take her silly little skweekin lamm.
young cholly hopkins was a skotti luk att hiz carves. Mi chum
redji soaper was a redd injun and old tubby wells woz a beaf-eater
he et a lot of beaf sangwitches enny way. Har! Har! that is a
jowk. it is orfly good of the lawd mare and the ladi maress. and
I think the old bois in dress clos ar verri good two. i fergot too
sa that mi yung brother sammi woz nansunn yu kann sea himm
whoalding mars hand. polly tomkins is orfly pretti i woz kwite
fassinneightid."












































AT THE MANSION HOUSE BALL.


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EXTRACT FROM DIARY.
"This is orfly good.' i rote a pome abowt itt. heer itt is.

MOVING. A NODE.
'the room is orl uppsett.
the day woz wett.
we dident gett
much diner but I didn't frett
for i gott enuff to eat you bett.
how ma did frett
and pa in a pett
becos hee sed hee woz gett-
ing a cold, and yett
hee woz butuned upp enuff. the kett-
le woz smashed. i never mett
such a silly as marier, shee woodent play at ennything with mee
i wonted to lett
the clock forl on the kannairy and say it woz the men-you
should have seen how much they ett."
PHINEISS.


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MOVING.


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EXTRACT FROM DIARY.

"heer ar mi vus of forrin parts. i have writ a pease of potry
abowt ech wun, as itt wer thuss:-

SWIZZTLERLAND.
This is the land of ise and alps
Sum people forl down and brake thayre skalps.

AFFRIKER.
A lion storks along the plane:
in Affriker itt doesn't orphan rane.

EGIPPT.
Low we behould a drommidairy
his master parst the sfyngks he'll carry.

TURKEY.
The Turk a-smoaking heer we sea,
Yew kann get turky rubub free.

PARRIS.
On frogs and sales the mounseers feed,
So people say they do indeed.

JAPANN.
this one is orfly good you no
itt repperezents the mykardo.
THE NORTH POL.
the north pol is a gloareus site
the sun shines in the middel of the nite.
ROMME.
Joolius Seezer's anshunt homme,
we great the, klasic, knobel Romme!"


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-PARRIS JJ APA N .
VIEWS OF FOREIGN PARTS.





























EXTRACT FROM DIARY.
this is a puzzul. arnt metilder's dog jowler is in this picture.
but ware? 'Ah there's the rubber,' as shakesspur sez, 'two by
trix and three by honners.' But sta! i will giv a hynt. it is this
-the sojer not thare for nort."


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"this is mee & ma at an abc or arybunn. i am having a brown
skoan-Ltheyre a good deel to get throo, but ma sed i must have
that before i had enny cake. the old jonni behind mee trid to be
funny, but you can see how the gurl is treating him-she was
orfully horty. the one behind her is saying pay at the desk pleese
to the swell. i wanted to have befe pyes, but ma woodent let me,
of corse i should have liked some grattutties to see wot they wer
like, but it sed they hadent got enny."


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EXTRACT FROM DIARY.

This is a crikit match at lords-ingland verses orstrayler. yu
can attonse reckernize W.G., the other batsman is Stodert-it is
orfly like. i went with tom tuppins: that's mee wavin my hat on
a stik, but it's not very good. in the distans is the pervilliun, and
there you cann reckernize the Markiss of Sorlsbury & Lord Rose-
buds, and, the prints of Whales and John Bernes-and the rest ot
the royal Famly. they are orl orfly good. I ferget hoo the old
joker with the curls is in front-anyway it's eggzactly like. isnt the
umpyer good?"


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EXTRACT FROM DIARY.

Isn't this good-give it upp ? Well i'm not going to tell yu
the anser, but reely there is a Tpott there and its just like owers
only the handel-but sta i must decemble. their's mee and marier
(o she is a silly) & par & mar and marier's guvniss an popsy and
arnt matilder & yung cholly sniggersun in the chollers & the kidd
& ower sidny & montygew ower dog."


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So how i did larf itt woz like this mee and tom snooksun ime
the wun in nikkers sed to mi cuzen pennelloapy wy doant u cum
owt with uss and weel teech u the bike so shee did in a sorcy littel
hatt with a fether and mee on wun side and tom on the other
and shee kept wobbling and i couldent hold her upp for larfing
and a hansom cabb came along & shee tumbled orf and was orfully
fritened and tom & mee had to sit down and larf so she sed we
woz horrid rude bois and an old jonni on the payvemeant sed this
is the nu woman but shee soon settled him becos she rann rite
into him the veri next time she trid. but shees getting better at
it now, & I eggspect sheel -soon bee a fair skorchur. that's par
lukin owt of windo so is mar and muryell and 2 ov the kidds."


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att the sercuss : seenyore jumpa Bowti performing on his wun-
derful gee-gee. also clowns and pourtrits of nottabillitis in front.
these will be att onse reckernized without me menshuning any
names, the sorr dust is rather good, i think."


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GUEST AWRITE, ITT WAS AN utVRID)REAiD ALLEY&A-rTERS.
/ALL WJITH &AY'PING- JORS! CL-WAtING FouR THE~f R'RA/
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At WOT t CR E \Ho MftKES REPLI (or P'rpS it WAS TW
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Ys5, EE Dove. 2So )i. JIs LvLi BEKPUN tND THEY
SToPE)D UNDER WoP-re-R FoR To DWoEtS 4N J 4J RF WITOot.
IA/UNCE TAKiNG.- R3E-T WITCH WAS TPRITy &Gob) Gb oiN&, I TItlK.
T{EY TIfEN IMMURKJEr)O FouND TH HEr4 rcS S ON4 RoccCKY
S SURE WARE THE TA!RMS op4FIK /cE ANb 7t5 Gl&-oARioS SceERY,
oF TE- SAAtRA PEESSEKT GREATEDT TEN. TAE WERE KioT F4R
FROM ER(oKKO. IN TffE P SSTONS Tify CouLD PEF, THE
KoRING of TYE LION S X THE -RTE CRIES OF TPH VULTSeR S.
3uDDENLI UPON THE ORI SON A LITTLE SPEAK ,O DUST'r AS S8E N
?ARIN6- tDoN UPPDN THEM WITH FRtTEFUL RAPPIPIDITP .
0 PAI-FAS-E SED SHEE IWITf ThIE"RAYVEN LOD, ITIS THE ])RDFUL
S'EMN oP .jST Sto rM 1i 0OT ARE WdE TDOo ? /
FEER KNoT -ELUVID! Se&t 'RE.GINAlf) No A WA'i AND CA RLI
EEE ALWATE-D THi APRoeC4 ooTHE MOST OREFUv SICRrERE op THE
GR4-rT SA'RFA 3)2ES5EK-T!
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TR ANE (o &COrTNEuD D




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ON KAMF TIE: MITY NONS UNE (AOT.b A PRINTERS,
ERPRI WAS MAl > Two SAY SIMIN OF CORSE ITSHuD
BE MONSUNE)- buT REb&INAL-0 WAS FooLLyEKKALo TOTH
OcASHUN. FLLtINlNG- hATilS F ANDTHfl LuvLi BERDUN Two
THeC ERT) HE WATe. For 21+- HOWeRS the StoRM R JEa
WITOUVr SEEESINCG. AT THc END OF TpAT-7iME A HORID SowND
WS HERD FROM the Top OF THE. PAKFMTRZS. RFEEDER You
ARE RITE A &yr IT AS MvNoK S
OVER Z 000 OF TH ESe JUSTLI DREDDED ANIMALS WERE,
T URcqIED IN THE BRANCHES OF THE SOROWNPINGn FARMS A-N
SEIAING-R "7EGINr'a.) {IS Pr4l ,Rf KOMENgySl TO HERI, UPPON THEAF
INoRNMuS KOKERNUTv- OF GRRAT WAIT.
ALMOST ATthe SAYMF_ MOMENT A TRIAFI( K RE RENT TIHE
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AI/- AGAYN TEELDER YDo IAVE GURST AWRITE (YOo ARu VFRRY
&OOD ATT TT) IT kAS A LYo !i
OwNI(NC- ALoNG- TEj P-ANE HEE CAME UTERRI N- RORES
OR,. -HE TYME WILE THE SM HowER OF MISyLES FROM THE NIMUwI
OI(VTIN)WE)
0 DEER WODN SED THE BELBeLAVI~E, LEEVe l7E uNKi Two MESPA
yORE qOLE ATERseluN ro THE LYoN. 1ELo0.D FEE NoT REPLJ-I E@L,i-NAL
I CAN M~ANNINe THE IqH E LOTT WITrT My LEPT +ANI) TlE BeIrtIN1
MVBYrCK, As ITT r R THVS5. AND So SAIN&e THE BRAVe YUoT S7CILFLY KIOP-T
HARPF A 0z-N OFF THE INoFiouS KoKFeR, NurTT IN TolE AYp &TrjR{v THEM W(-T1
TREMENJOUS FORSE AT THE L-YoN.Trlf ENHPEAWRK\EIYTE6) EEST
IMMAJiNNING, THAT IT too5 THE MONKiS UOT lb4 THRoNEp THEM ATTr tIM SPRAN-
UPeoN THE LA-TTER -INGNJE3 INN A FEARS KoMBfAT AFTER A 9ANGWINE
KIONTET REGINL-b ?TERKSEAVC3 TOfAT THP KDOST wAS KLe'REF K'AMG FouRTH FoN
kss ,INmG PLAlcE TH LyoNE oLTHEE MVJNICS F.R ORL 3E),.EATrCH HAP
SJ-ANE WONo AM&TT(eR.
WE ARE S4Atvf- W(SPEREb TfLt SAVID&E Bt3-wV.
BUTT THAYE TRURBLES WER KNOT Y'TT Ou-?,, INDE)I THGe 44 ) Bu7T
JUST BEG-.N FFo TT-fAT -o. A3EFFPENING- KEPPR-T ASALED)
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2~y WILL SEA. 414 AAR I (o KIe RoNNTNI-tJ b)



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he tXoPsJoL THE 'RARFT. ESTe i T}E FrYpp
tE rTE, ALOAN I4 AN DOAP\'E BOTE

iT VAS A ANN ECKSPLO5HutiTH ECORSE WAs NEVER 3-is
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THRoo THE AYI 5- FELL ORL AROUND 7itE O RNTLES RE&GJALP.
STR-EMS OF BoYL .N LARVEa INSRRKf> 7) E ONH)PPI TW4ANE.
AT LAST TilEY CooLI-. BARE ITT NO LONEDR.. JiUMpIN. ONTo A
RAFT WITcf 44APNEDito BSE CLoSe BiT17rY STEERED
1T4/RE WJA OVI/E TE 4ISINr WORTERF- L NTILTTIy ReATcHIqE
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"I WILL PUTT ORL THESE VARLETS TO THE SORD" (r. 5o).
D






THG BeL-uOWY MNEl'te WMNP BLew GR~AT CANolS1 Tl4"j
H4A To TWRo OVRP. ORL .TMI 1IFSSToC.
STANDINGo ATT THE WEAL'RS&AIN4-) PER oRMCID PgO.)Sg
OFv 4 A..,E.Bu'TT E-vsel4 E Co] NoTT LT4STrAND TI#
FORSE oPTtfW ELLI MANTPS, I)lTh A TeRIBKIi. CREEIIN( ReNcIf
TIr4 MNE h AIA'T WENT BY TtiE BOREDI FOLLODE 1yoRLTr~ OTTfEI&
MARSTS.TH- SRIPP Pow BSiCAME A SHEAR IUVL-K. ORL IIkppS Two
THE BQTES! SHOLTEP R-SGiNrALO (AS IF V~EwP ESVER THIItK OF uSING
ONLY WON H44AN81)T IT5 A PKoppEI WVA/(triTicLE E\XPRES1U)
4E Sgl(upgIN 9 AYLERS THEN MUTT/-rIPN TEIpY S TTr THE
5ToRM WvA6 THE FLlT OPTrf 'L'VLl I BERve.AN SJEEtrST p oT CVM
IN THE BoTIES. O PAIL.FAcE, SCEE SAIP LEAVE MEE To MNY FEI 6et I
rAvE BR.ORT ByT MISS FoTVITuiE onI Thi "4RT5f. So foIFTI1E 4 1)owe
GIRK. BUT Rer-tNALD IAs) 5 ioTTTwo 86 PISFIAIP.LEVE T7E7 1 REfPC-I
jVEUR, BELt)VIl. $utvER .WILL I PUTT ORL. TflES VARLETSTToTHE
SoRDK A ND THEN 4EP D So. JuST TUN ThE St PIpp5A IC A5 IT WENT
PowN REGiNALLD M1ANNID6-D To JumP IN TWO WON .OF THE
Bo-Trs WITH iTHE UUTIFoui- AVIDI BUTvwoT S(TWouASfituN
rifAY WRs INN.N ALo0I4 INN A 04P'.N rote 1I ol-AND I+N SITE !
5AArCAs oRL ARtovDTHeM! NOTAIJC- (RIN 1
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V1-rEIE r ERqAE hAVE IULAPSE7) SIWSE -He
-AflsT cHAPT-ER- FoR,-IT HoW Ttiy AYGoT RESCEwB
FROM THE OAPsN BoTE: puTr THE )ID SUMHOW.
ON A CAIM SUMER&S EVENING. IN MFA y 'ELMITE RIAl/
SEENE AT A LITTEL VILIDGE IN ENE-LANP A PL-ESImN
PAMERLY GRooP.
THEE OAL-> M AN (ABouT 98 YEERS OL.) W(TIA LoN0,
W(TE BEEDTTERIN, FOR M IS SEET-e' AT If5DooRWWA
SMOAICINe TIE PIPEi of' ?TIEE. ITI INS INDFp THE HERO OF
THfE DCCKY MOoTIN7', RE&jfAI -P RAC-KCsTRAW.
AT-r tliS ST), STILL ENGA3JED IN HER FAVE&IT FASSY0M OF
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"A PLEESING FAMERLY GROOP" (p. 5s).






CoAMIN'c 4ga, LO\ b(o(NeO R AYVEA ALAAS BlsT y I|GIo
SITS lS FAT-EP.tL 'Powse THe bLL 9AVIDGE.
'?LAINC A4rowNr THe4YRE N AS 15 A 1-ARJE FAMERL,/ OF
C4-LlbRENt, GURLS BOIS9 ALLSo B BIS
IN A N VAoRrKtr& F.F' L THE G-AL.AT ST CoiJ) DNTfENlDip
SooT5 n( -RPSA V YNC G&RARSS.
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IS BRININGeC UpPTE T7kE.THR FATHEFVL H DNiD IS LYNG. 47AT
qI|S MARST&RS PEAT
ITT IS A PLESUNT 'SITE
.ELVVIDj, AIS aftE OALD MAN.vt/EE iAV PvS-pT ROo0 MANNV
AV41TURE9S WEE Ava 0o PAIL FACE, E6PLI1 MIS' WIFE.
WOoD TiHE )TT 15E VERKY INTERRESTlTNC-eREF-l.NG.
CKRTINLY MI OAN SAEE 'EPPLP,.LETT US5OsT -THtEM OK
RARTAER L-"T USS 6ETT TIATr G-RITTE RkTETR MAMTTE PARLIU
To RITeT,-MM Fo,.o uSS
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Wu rD O IT 15 STRiCKLY ACK(uRAr AN. ALLSo PsFfWECaLy
TRoo /EFTiD C 4ATE.-I


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EASY LESSONS IN FRENCH AND GERMAN.





THE CHEMISTS LITTLE
OYS (THE LITTLE BDySOF
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PfoppERLY. THooeDTHE J)B~eTJWNG k)AS ALWA-YS AwFuLLY Goo.P, IAM
pow E RSU(e- MY SfopIlS ATB)BURCqEM'S ACCMAIeY f }AvU NEu4.
FR~CN0 GcRF TtAN uR T.f i .j THAT SOME ILLUSTA-TED E)(El5-5 WouLp
WiJTKREST m 'E-EsRS 2 ALLSo BE oLL.y G-oo) FoR ME. CO ERE
.TqfY 4FE, MUCA BETTER T4F THE STooPo. ONES OLJ) PRDo&y GWIV~ u5.
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OF THE GARDE NER '
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0- ,^ -A. 1, fT. /-,L li z


fE GIVESITTo HIM INTRE BREBD BAS ICET

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OFRb) 4 c-/S -sY7r T D By ,e/sAfsP l
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r. Rp-SLt\TE Irtfo G-ERM/4N- WR I'feN oF CoRSES lv T 6 & RM #
TILE SOAS To -MAKX rfNoT Tbo ])iF(cuLT-. AN) TfHEP A
SIMPEL SToRI IV PREC cH. I THlfi THI5 WILL BE A SPLEN ID
TLAjItI MY LAST SE T fP EXERC(SS ER6 U00DEFLy,
APRESH iATE).. ,O "
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OPc AMERtCA RI&ifLV DISTIN-
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'Ti4ouAN EGG- ToUPTAND
ON ITS END CANSTO T NAKE.
To WHoWCRI;SToFE GARN ( GE'A UF) ERE LooK.! j E
E E G6-& ALL OVERTqE CLoHA SMASOED

BUT TH "V E,~~tlousE WoMAN ~AuS IZ
VEF o 4rLEJ wAS 4tJ CRtISTo.Er ..
31D FULLSoREUBEAT FOf TH4Ar As


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SMT ls J'po CALL IT SIL- L-


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OUR qv ND UN ANE ETAIT AMBULANT DANS UN
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FoOTWiTE >owN BtoiELO).)'ON
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I MEMENTLACH0Io5E POOURMO(
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Sup MoN tboS ETAINSI IS5ANT, ILLE METTAIT' Sv.'TREMIEREMENT
ILRENC.oNTRP UN CocRoN MAIS LE CocHoN WE, EMBLAIT PAS
TERRIFIE' MAIS SEULEME NT IAIT
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JE SutS UN ,LLoN ET L( NE )MAIS POUVYT coMpReNPe PougRGuol LES
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H-AND' ER MAN,

:8 ~BY MAST s-P I ARL IE


AM AFRAIDTI4AT LA5T LESSoN WAS PERHAPS A
LITTLE Two -iDFFtCvL.T FoR MY REE-DERS LvqOIARE
f/OT QUITE So A"PVANcfrD AS MEEI So I' SHALL MAKE THIS A
13IT ESIEP. I MA'- M'ENStiUN *TOPT II4FVE 0EP4 MUctC COM MLI -
MENTED ON MVY tJovLE SYSTEM OF T 13y M/NwN' I'ISSTINGW&SMEP TUSSONA&ES ICLu PIN&T*i
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FAOE, T77/ESE AKE T#E SO&T oF SVEV7-C-CES 1/4/4'H PR' F,4 ,LpL Y
AF-&LL W/EA( yovRe TRAVEL1NC, oN TYE CaOYG7-t*0/
c ow rT# fS'&Eg EP.mE .





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