Brick-dust: A Remedy for the Blues, and a Something for People to Talk about

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G. W. Carleton & Company, 1871 - 255 pages
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Page 50 - A plague on those musty old lubbers, Who tell us to fast and to think, And patient fall in with life's rubbers, With nothing but water to drink!
Page 38 - Sliding down hill on a hand-saw, tooth side up, would be two degrees more comfortable than experimenting on one of these contrivances — but then it is fashionable ! If any of our readers have a suit of clothes they wish to spoil, seven or eight pair of legs they would lame for seven weeks, a...

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