Max and Moritz: A Juvenile History in Seven Tricks

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To most people who have leisureRaising poultry gives great pleasureFirst, because the eggs they lay usFor the care we take repay us;Secondly, that now and thenWe can dine on roasted hen;Thirdly, of the hen's and goose'sFeathers men make various uses.Some folks like to rest their headsIn the night on feather beds.One of these was Widow Tibbets, Whom the cut you see exhibits.Hens were hers in number three, And a cock of majesty.Max and Maurice took a view;Fell to thinking what to do.One, two, three! as soon as said, They have ...

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