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The maid-of-all-work is as black
as a pot when there comes a peal at
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Mistress Don't you go, Jane, but
just peep and see who it is. .
Jane (after peeping) Oh, it's all
right mum; it's only the master. I
thought it was a gentleman.
WANTED: A MAN
Mistress Why, Mary, isn't this
your Sunday afternodn out? Arent
you going for a walk this lovely day?
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stay in. You see, most of the people
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