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Nature And Human Nature (Fiscle Part-Xii)

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Nature And Human Nature (Fiscle Part-Xii)
Thinks I To Myself, As I Overheard A Person Inquire Of The Servant At
The Door, In An Unmistakeable Voice And Tone, "Is The Squire To Hum?"
That Can Be No One Else Than My Old Friend Sam Slick The Clockmaker.
But It Could Admit Of No Doubt When He Proceeded, "If He Is, Tell Him
I Am Here."



"Who Shall I Say, Sir?"



The Stranger Paused A Moment, And Then Said, "It's Such An Everlastin'
Long Name, I Don't Think You Can Carry It All To Wunst, And I Don't
Want It Broke In Two.

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