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Double Acrostics By Amateurs, Ed. By I.s.a

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1868 edition. Excerpt: ... Where we in summer with spiders take tea, Witness the mother of Nick Nickleby. 8. This diminutive speaks of a queen of great fame. Tells of her beauty as well as her name. 4. Style of a people of Indian race, Beautiful neither in name nor in face. 5. His voice soft and low--well, I really could scorn a Girl who talks thus with a man in a corner. 0. Though hung, he escaped; yet so great his rascality, His accomplices hung him, we're told, in reality. 183. FIRST REQUISITES OP DINNER. 1. This in Cobby angered Squeers. 2. This excites the Negro's fears. 3. Fly its cold and deadly shade! 4. What a clumsy job you've made! 184. Ill-fated youth! and has she given To you my First,--when with fair words You humbly asked my Second? Reverse and join-the Two, 'twill make, A gift befitting her to take. 1. On broken walls and ruined nooks I'm nestled, if you look to see; Or search for me in picture-books,--I do not say you'll there find me. 2. Fair dainty maid, with angel face, Embodiment of truth art thou; Radiant with stars of heavently grace, Whence is the sorrow on thy brow? 3. Sometimes I'm soft and rather flabby, So cold you would not like my tuuch; But then, again, I may be thorny--Shaped like a fan: do you know me such? 4. A thing of every size and shape, How can you e'er describe me? I am made up of many a thing--Man could not live without me. 185. SCHOOLROOM REQtTISITES. 1. A great and lumbering coach am I, Sometimes engaged instead of a fly. 2. Oh beautiful stone! with colours mixed, How I wish you in my ring were fixed! 3. I'm used to see this place at night; Singers their dulcet tones unite. 4. I'm called the garden of fair England, And one of the ancient Heptarchy band. 5. How many runs have you had in this match? Look at the list, you'll find a...
Title:Double Acrostics By Amateurs, Ed. By I.s.aFormat:PaperbackDimensions:46 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.1 inPublished:July 9, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217203566

ISBN - 13:9780217203562