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THE JUVENILE

Englishman's Library.

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“Not so Master Marmozet, sweet little boy,

Mrs. Danglecub's bope, her delight, and her joy.

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His jacket's well laced, and the ladies protest
Master Marmozet dances as well as the best ;
Yet some think the boy would be better at school.”

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LONDON

PRINTED BY JOSEPH MASTERS,

ALDERSGATE STREET

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The former edition of this little tale was put forth with an Introduction (which was intended to be in keeping with it) from the pen of an imaginary author,--that William Churne, of whom Bishop Corbet writes, and who, two centuries since, seems to have been the great authority on all matters connected with Fairy-land.

In this introduction, the object with which the “Hope of the Katzekopfs” was written

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