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ess give me de trun down wid spellin words she couldn't talk in a tousand years-not on her life!
on de typewriter ceptin little Miss Fannie and
AY, when it comes t'
and lose him
"You know Mr. Burton, what's Miss Fannie's husband? Well, he's what dey calls a mugwump, and he's up against de political gang down where our country place is. He gets so many letters from odder dudes in politics, and reformers and committees, dat he didn't uster do a ting but sit up all day and all night a writin of answers, till His Whiskers says, ' Hal,' says he, why dont you get a typewriter, and a young woman to op'rate it? Den you will have time t' get quainted wid de misses and de kid.' "Say, dat's what he done. We gets de typewriter, and a young woman comes t' de house
from de village every mornin and she didn't do a ting but rattle off dose letters in a hour a day. "Well, de Duchess she jollied de young woman till she teached de Duchess how t' run de machine, and den de Duchess began puttin on style over me, so I jollies de op'rater and gets teached, and His Whiskers, he got stuck on de machine, and next Miss Fannie, and den Mr. Paul, and even Maggie de housemaid sneaked a lesson. Holy gee! before a week dere wasn't no body bout de place what wasn't writin pieces
"Well, one day Mr. Paul he catched de Duchess and me in de library, where de machine was, and we was havin a scrap bout which of us was de boss op'rater.
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"Say, Mr. Paul is a peach. Stid of tellin us t' get t'ell out of dere he says, solem like, 'Dis is only t' be settled,' says he, by a damstration,' usin dose dude words. "Now,' says he, I'll dictate a sentence to each of you in turn, and de one what typewrites it nearest correct has my blessin and de champeen belt.'
"So dis is what he dictates, and you can see for yourself on dese sheets of paper how we writ Dis foist one is de dam-no-demon-stration -made by de Duchess :
'Eef a mortale meet a boatale,
En zat mortale's drai;
'Shood ze mortale drinke ze botale?
Not unless eets rai.'
"Here's de way I turned it loose-read it yourself:
'Effa mortul meets a botul
And de mortul's dri,
'Chud de mortul drink de botul?
What the public wants to know is-
Not unless ets ri.'
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And then on this
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