The History And Records Of The Elephant Club; Compiled From Authentic Documents Now In Possession Of The Zoã¶logical Society by Edward Fitch UnderhillThe History And Records Of The Elephant Club; Compiled From Authentic Documents Now In Possession Of The Zoã¶logical Society by Edward Fitch Underhill

The History And Records Of The Elephant Club; Compiled From Authentic Documents Now In Possession…

byEdward Fitch Underhill

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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.1859 Excerpt: ... 230 WHO DII)N T WIN. day I called, and found the office closed, as the managers had sloped." The conversation then turned upon Police Courts, and the facilities which they afforded in aiding a person to get glimpses of the elephant. It was conceded that the experience of Dropper, just related, opened very fair, and, on the suggestion of Mr. Quackenbush, it was resolved: 1. That the members of the club do make it their business 2. To visit the Police Courts 3. Before the next meeting of the club. The meeting was adjourned by the club, singing, "We're all jolly good fellows." 232 visn To Essex Market Courts were prolific in sights of the colossal quadruped. hen they did meet it was whispered that one of the members had had some personal experience, not only as a spectator but as a prisoner. No questions, however, were propounded upon the subject, in a tone loud enough for the member in question to hear, as they desired to allow him to speak of the matter voluntarily, confess his fault, and receive the forgiveness of his fellows. The proceedings of the evening were opened by the Higholdboy, who took his official seat, announced that the special order of the meeting was to hear the reports of members who had been present at the sessions of the Police Courts, with the view of noting down their zoological features. The Higholdboy called upon Dennis, Wagstaff, and Overdale for the result of their visit to the Police Courts. Wagstaff's note-book was produced, and the lengthened narratives inscribed therein went to show the following state of facts. Wagstaff arose one morning at six precisely, and, after having hit Dennis with his own wooden leg, and pulled Overdale's eyes open by his whiskers and hair, announced to them if they were going to visit the Essex Market...

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Title:The History And Records Of The Elephant Club; Compiled From Authentic Documents Now In Possession…Format:PaperbackDimensions:60 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.12 inPublished:February 8, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217118798

ISBN - 13:9780217118798

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