IN REPLY TO H. H. STEPHENS.
10 THB WHTOB. Sir,— Fhure and that's a molghty folne lettber MlsthDr Shtaveos wrote, bat ma and my mates oan't undershUnd It at all at all, and we don't know phwat tht dlvll he manes wld his big thnnderln woids. wl4 his hally— some— kind of nation, and his oblyvlllon and hla horrezan and oatra, Mlethur Editor would you let us know where wa ooald get a good big dlkshuoacy, and ma and my males will take the dikshnnarj and Mlsthur Shtiren'e letter and ahtqdy them both till we can find out phwat his letther Is all abont at »U at all. Wa all should feel proud of havng a glntla- ! man who oan wrclte a letther wld saoh molghty folne'blg words In It, and Itf dlsgraead we are, that we dor^'t uadei. shtand It at all, so we don't. ---■. Pat O'Hubbubloo,
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