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" Phew ! " And a long, low whistle blew. " Come, now, really that 's the oddest Talk for one so very modest. You brag of your East ! You do ? Why, I bring the East to you ! All the Orient, all Cathay, Find through me the shortest way ; And the sun you... "
History of Hall County, Nebraska: A Narrative of the Past with Special ... - Page 320
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The Poetical Works of Bret Harte

Bret Harte - 1872 - 333 pages
...now, really that's the oddest Talk for one so very modest. You brag of your East ! You do ? Why, / bring the East to you! All the Orient, all Cathay,...be rude, — Length, my friend, ain't longitude." 41 Said the Union, " Don't reflect, or I'll run over some Director." Said the Central, "I'm Pacific;...
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Poems

Bret Harte - 1873 - 152 pages
...modest, — You brag of your East! You do ? Why, / bring the East to you ! All the Orient, all Cathay, And the sun you follow here Rises in my hemisphere....ain't longitude." Said the Union, "Don't reflect, or I '11 run over some Director." Said the Central, " I 'm Pacific, But, when riled, I 'm quite terrific....
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The Franklin Fifth Reader: For the Use of Public and Private Schools : with ...

George Stillman Hillard, Mark Bailey - Readers - 1873 - 374 pages
...You brag of your East ! • — you do ? Why, / bring the East to you ! All the Orient,5 all Cathay,6 Find through me the shortest way, And the sun you follow here Eises in my hemisphere. Really, — if one must be rude, — Length, my friend, ain't longitude." 25*...
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The Franklin Fifth Reader: For the Use of Public and Private Schools : with ...

George Stillman Hillard - Elocution - 1874 - 384 pages
...long, low whistle blew. " Come, now, really that's the oddest Talk for one so very modest. You brag of your East ! — you do? Why, I bring the East to you ! All the Orient,5 all Cathay,6 Find through me the shortest way, And the sun you follow here Rises in my hemisphere....
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Poems

Bret Harte - 1875 - 152 pages
...modest, — You brag of your East! You do ? Why, I bring the East to yoit ! All the Orient, all Cathay, And the sun you follow here Rises in my hemisphere....ain't longitude." Said the Union, "Don't reflect, or I '11 run over some Director." Said the Central, " I 'm Pacific, But, when riled, I 'm quite terrific....
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Poems

Bret Harte - 1875 - 152 pages
...modest, — You brag of your East! You do ? Why, 7 bring the East to you ! All the Orient, all Cathay, And the sun you follow here Rises in my hemisphere....ain't longitude." Said the Union, " Don't reflect, or I '11 run over some Director." Said the Central, " I 'm Pacific, But, when riled, I 'm quite terrific....
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Bulletin of the American Geographical Society of New York, Volume 11

Geography - 1881
...to head," at Promontory Point, in Utah, when the last rail of the Pacific Road was laid: " You brag of your East, you do; " Why, I bring the East to you....must be rude, " Length, my friend, ain't longitude." This, however, was an open question, and we readily agreed to disagree thereupon. Then he kindly gave...
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The Fifth Reader of the Popular Series

Marcius Willson - Readers - 1881 - 96 pages
...Every shadow must retreat." " Come now, really that's the oddest Talk for one so very modest. You brag of your East ! You do ? Why, I bring the East to you...hemisphere. Really, — if one must be rude, — Length, friend, isn't longitude." 5. Said the Union, " Don't reflect, or I'll run over some Director." Said...
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The First-[sixth] Reader of the Popular Series, Volume 5

Marcius Willson - Readers - 1881
...Come now, really that's the oddest Talk for one so very modest. You brag of your East! You do ? Why, 7 bring the East to you! All the Orient, all Cathay,...And the sun you follow here Rises in my hemisphere. Eeally,—if one must be rude,— Length, friend, isn't longitude." 5. Said the Union, " Don't reflect,...
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The First-[sixth] Reader of the Popular Series, Volume 5

Marcius Willson - Readers - 1881
...Come now, really that's the oddest Talk for one so very modest. You brag of your East! You do ? Why, / bring the East to you! All the Orient, all Cathay,...through me the shortest way; And the sun you follow here Eises in my hemisphere. Really,—if one must be rude,— Length, friend, isn't longitude." 5. Said...
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