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THE JUVENILE

Englishman's Library.

II.

“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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