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A WIDOW AND HER TWO SONS:…

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"Harvest Cart" in Suffolk.

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"Harvest Cart" in Suffolk. Yow, Jack, bring them 'ere hosses here- Get this 'ere wagin out; I think the weather mean to cleare, So jest yow look about! Come put old Jolly to right quick— Now then, hook Di'mond on, (There, chuck yow down that plaguy sticky. An' goo an' call old John. John, bo', the Cart-shod closo" we'll try (Get yow upon the stack); I'm sure the whate's by this time dry- Bring them 'ere forks here, Jack. Blarm that 'ere chap Where is he n.on) ? Jest look yow here, my man, If yow don't want to have a row, Be steady, if yow can. Ope that 'ere gate. Wish! Jolly-Wo!: Cop that 'ere rope up, Sam; Now I'll get down an' pitch, bo', so v Jump yow up where I am. Load wide enough, mate,—that's the style- Now hold ye!—Di'mond!—Wo-_o !— Jack!—that 'ere boy do me that rile- Jest mind yow where yow goo There goo a rabbit! Boxer, hi She's sure to got to grownd. Hold ye! Now then, bo', jest yow try To turn them nicely round. Don't knock them shoves down !—Blarm the boy Yow'll be in that 'ere haw That feller do me so annoy; But he don't care a straw. # How goo the time ? I kind o' think Our fourses* should be here. Chaps, don't yow fare to want some drink?— There's Sue with the old beer The rain have cleared right slap away; An' if it holdout bright, Let's work right hard, lads (what d'ye say?) An' clear this feld to-night; The harvest men lee. ve off at four o'clock for refreshment, which they call their" fourses."

Epigram on the Belfast Riots.

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