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The Celebrated Story of the Arkansas Traveller, With Music for Violin or Piano

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Ich can spiel so kliena drudlesock—
Qua-qua-qua 1 dans iest mien drudlesock; Hie-moc-moc 1 dans iest mien triangle; Tra-ra-ra! dans iest mien bombass; Zoom-zoom-zoom 1 dans iest mien bassgyke; Falla-la-la ! dans iest mien gyka; Swil-li-willi-wil ! dans iest mien fifel; Rub-a-dub-a-dub ! dans lest mien trummeL
My qua-qua-qua 1
My hic-moc-moci
My tra-ra-ra 1
My zoom-zoom-zoom I
My falla-la-la!
My swil-li-willi-wil 1
My rub-a-dub-a-dub 1
Dans iest mien trummel'
Air—"Fine Old English Gentleman."
Encrusted in his island-home that lies beyond the sea, Behold the great original and genuine " 'Tis He;" A paunchy, fuming son of beef, with double weight of chin, And eyes that were benevolent, but for their singular ten­dency to turn green whenever it is remarked that his irrepressible American cousins have made another treaty with China ahead of him, and taken Albion in— This neutral English gentleman, one of the modern time.
With William, Duke of Normandy, his ancestors, he boasts, dame over from the shores of France to whip the Saxon
hosts: ind this he makes a source of pride; but wherefore there
should be Such credit to an Englishman, in the fact that he is de­scended from a nation which England is forever pre­tending to regard as slightly her inferior in every
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