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You knew her ?— Mary the small, How of a Bummer— or, no, was it fall ? The latter, I think— a lamb she received? You'd never have thought it— never believed, But the girl owned a lamb last falh Its wool was subtly, nilky white, Color of lucent obliteration of night— Like tha shimmering anow or— Our Oloth* lid's arm !_ ...... You've seen her arm— her right, I mean The other she scalded a-washirig, I weenHow white it is and soft and warm ? Ah, there waa boul'b hearfclove, detp. trrie and tender. > Wherever went Mary, the maiden so slender, There followed, h» all-absorbed paeßion inciting, That passionate lambkin—her soul'i heart delighting— ... Ay, every place that Mary Bought m That lamb was sure to soon be caught m.

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AS MR BROWNING HAS IT., Ashburton Guardian, Issue 1980, 26 October 1888

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AS MR BROWNING HAS IT. Ashburton Guardian, Issue 1980, 26 October 1888

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