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tuggerfunnies?) he next went on (finefeelingfit!) to drop a few1
stray remarks anent their personal appearances and the contrary2
tastes displayed in their tight kittycasques and their smart fricky-3
frockies, asking coy one after sloy one had she read Irish legginds4
and gently reproving one that the ham of her hom could be5
seen below her hem and whispering another aside, as lavariant,6
that the hook of her hum was open a bittock at her back to have7
a sideeye to that, hom, (and all of course just to fill up a form8
out of pure human kindness and in a sprite of fun) for Jaun, by9
the way, was by the way of becoming (I think, I hope he was)10
the most purely human being that ever was called man, loving all11
up and down the whole creation from Sampson's tyke to Jones's12
sprat and from the King of all Wrenns down to infuseries) Jaun,13
after those few prelimbs made out through his eroscope the14
apparition of his fond sister Izzy for he knowed his love by her15
waves of splabashing and she showed him proof by her way of16
blabushing nor could he forget her so tarnelly easy as all that17
since he was brotherbesides her benedict godfather and heaven18
knows he thought the world and his life of her sweet heart could19
buy, (brao!) poor, good, true, Jaun!20
          Sister dearest, Jaun delivered himself with express cordia- 21
lity, marked by clearance of diction and general delivery, as he22
began to take leave of his scolastica at once so as to gain time23
with deep affection, we honestly believe you sorely will miss us24
the moment we exit yet we feel as a martyr to the dischurch of25
all duty that it is about time, by Great Harry, we would shove26
off to stray on our long last journey and not be the load on ye.27
This is the gross proceeds of your teachings in which we were28
raised, you, sis, that used to write to us the exceeding nice letters29
for presentation and would be telling us anun (full well do we30
wont to recall to mind) thy oldworld tales of homespinning and31
derringdo and dieobscure and daddyho, these tales which reliter-32
ately whisked off our heart so narrated by thou, gesweest, to33
perfection, our pet pupil of the whole rhythmetic class and the34
mainsay of our erigenal house, the time we younkers twain were35
fairly tossing ourselves (O Phoebus! O Pollux!) in bed, having36