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" Who collects all my food, and with wonderful knack, Throws it into a net which I keep at my back ; And, though heels over head it arrives in a trice, It is sent up to table all proper and nice. I am spoken of sometimes as if I were glass, But then it... "
Woodworth's Youth's Cabinet - Page 37
1856
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The Ladies' pocket magazine

...Throws it into a net which 1 keep at my back ; And, though heels over head it arrives, in a trice It is sent up to table all proper and nice. I am spoken...pass. A blow makes me run, though I have not a limb; Like many more couples, my paitnor and I At tunes will look cross at each other, or shy : Yet still,...
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Sphinx Incruenta: Or, Two Hundred and Twelve Original Enigmas and Charades

James Glassford - Riddles - 1835 - 148 pages
...Throws it into a net which I keep at my back ; And, though heels over head it arrives, in a trice It is sent up to table all proper and nice. I am spoken...limb ; Though I neither have fins nor a bladder I swim. Like many more couples, my partner and I At times will look cross at each other or shy : Yet...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 10

Periodicals - 1837
...Throws it into a net which I keep at my back; And, though heels over head it arrives, in a trice It is sent up to table all proper and nice. I am spoken...limb ; Though I neither have fins, nor a bladder, I swim. Like many more couples, my partner and I, At times will look cross at each other, and shy ; Yet...
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Ward's miscellany (and family magazine).

1837
...Throws it into a net which I keep at my back ; And though heels over head it arrives in a trice, It is sent up to table all proper and nice. I am spoken...limb ; Though I neither have fins nor a bladder I swim. Like many more couples, my partner and 1 At times will look cross at each other or shy : Yet...
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The Saturday magazine

1837
...Throws it into a net which I keep at my back ; And, though heels over head it arrives, in a trice It is sent up to table all proper and nice. I am spoken...as if I were glass, But then it is false, and the triek will not pass. A blow makes me ran though I have not a limb ; Though I neither...
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Select poetry for children: with notes, arranged by J. Payne

Joseph Payne - History - 1839
...Throws it into a net, which I keep at my back ; And though heels over head it arrives, in a trice It is sent up to table all proper and nice. I am spoken...run, though I have not a limb ; Though I neither have fins,nor a bladder, I swim. Like many more couples, my partner and I At times will look cross at each...
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Readings in poetry: a selection from the best English poets, from Spenser to ...

Readings - 1843
...nice. But then it is false, and the trick will not pass. I am spoken of sometimes as if I were glass, A blow makes me run though I have not a limb; Though I neither have fins, nor a bladder, I swim. Like many more couples, my partner and I, At times will look cross at each and shy; Yet still,...
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Amusing poetry, ed. by S. Brooks

Amusing poetry - 1857
...Throws it into a net which I keep at my back ; And, though heels over head it arrives, in a trice It is sent up to table all proper and nice. I am spoken...limb ; Though I neither have fins nor a bladder, I swim. Like many more couples, my partner and I At times will look cross at each other and shy ; Tet...
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The complete reader, by E.T. Stevens and C. Hole

Edward Thomas Stevens - 1866
...Throws it into a net which I keep at my back ; And, though heels over head it arrives in a trice, It is .sent up to table all proper and nice. I am spoken...limb ; Though I neither have fins nor a bladder, I swim. Like many more couples, my partner and I, At times will look cross at each other, and shy ; Yet...
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Frank Leslie's Pleasant Hours, Volume 33

Frank Leslie - History - 1883
...be next I'm piercing and clear, I'm heavy and dull, Expressive and languid, contracted and lull. A blow makes me run, though I have not a limb Though I neither have fins nor a bladder I swim! Like many more couples, my partner and I At times will look cross at each other, and shy Yet...
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