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PRUSSI.1 AND AUSTRIA.
'unch describes the difficulty between
Austria and Prussia in these stanzas:
Prussia was a robber,
Auktria was a thief;
Prussia and Austria
Stole a Danish fief.
Prussia said to Austria,
"Leave the swag nlone.
Austria said to Prussia.
"When you drop your bone."
Prussia vaid to Austri,
"Yon dott't Iean to go
Austria said to Prussit,
"Out of Ifohtein ? No."
Prussia said to Austria,
"Wherefore do you -ni "
Austria said to Prussia,
"Of you in alarm."
Prussia said to Austria,
"1I don'tl mean to fight."
Austria said to Prustia,
",1y1 intention, qitt."
Prussia said to Au1s tria,
"Drop your warlike game."
41ustria said to Prussia,
''When you do the same."
Prussa said to Austrie.
"What's the end to he ?"
Austria s--id to Prussia,
"flit me, and you'll see."
Prussia said to Atustria,
"Come, this brag won't. do.''
Austria sid to Prussia.
"Sir, the same to you."
Prussia said to Austria.
"I'll thn M.et try"'
Austria said to lrustsia.
"Thank you, so will 1."
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shem erely inicovered Ithe ittjni.1 pa rt.
atn1d held it befort im in siletce. Aler
looking at it an instant hW said, in an in
"Bite," replit:d the lady.
"Cat ?" asked the Doctor.
"Dog, " rejoied te pationt.
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