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\AN OLD PEMBROKESHIRE FAMILY.

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-------FINAL ARRANGEMENTS.

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A SONG FOR SIDI.ERS.-Lord Alfred Douglaa has some very amusing verses in the book which he has written, "The Placid Pug." Here arc the two last verses of the "Song for Sidlerr," Peace, peace, the crab adopts a sidelong walk, For reasons still impossible to see. And if his pride permitted him to talk To anyone who did not do as he, His instinct would be, probably, to balk The hopes of vulgar curiosity. And while the schoolmen argue and discuss, j And fill the air with" wha.ts, and "whens," and "whys," And demonstrate as: "Thus, and thus, and thus," The crab will pulverise their theories, And put an end to all this foolish fuse By walking sideways into Paradise.

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