I want to see a soldier
In his uniform of blue,
‘Cause I’m so lonesome, dearie,
Just for a sight of you. MISS PANN.
Let dogs delight to bark and bite.
For God hath made them so,
Let bears and Lions growls and fight
For ‘tis their nature to. Mr. V.HOBBS
I should think your tongue had broken it’s chain. MISS RUSH
Night after night, she sat and bleared her eyes with (1) books (?). MISS APPLEBEE
Good things done up in little bunches. MISS MOORE.
My heart is ever at your service. MR. E. HOBBS
Love thy neighbor as thyself. MISS TRUEWORTHY.
Come and trip it as you go,
On the light, fantastic toe,
Greatest fun there is, you know, MISS TOZIER.
My only books are young men’s look,
And Folly’s all they teach me. MISS LOBLEY.
So even runs his line of life,
We sometimes think it tame ;
For tho’ much famed for Fish is he,
He’s never fished for Fame. MR. RUSH.
In arguing, too, we all have owned his skill,
For e’en tho’ vanquished, he can argue still. MR. V. HOBBS
I wonder who’s kissing her now,
Wonder who’s teaching her how,
Wonder if she ever tells him of me,
And the dear Rose(y) days of the “used to be.” MR. G.TRUEWORTHY
Nobody loves a fat man. MISS E. FARRINGTON.
Nita, Juanita, ask thy soul if we should part,
Nita, Juanita, please accept my heart - (Or rather the pieces). MR.TRUEWORTHY
And he had such beautiful eyes,
And he told such beautiful lies. MISS MOORE.
I chatter, chatter as I go
Thru all the days together,
Some people stop to take their breath
But I talk on forever. MISS GRADIE.
The more I study, the more I discover my ignorance. MISS PANN.
I don’t where I’m going, but I on my way. MR. MULLANY.
And still they gazed and still the wonder grew,
That one small head could all he knew. MR E.HOBBS
All the world loves (?) a lover! MR. C. KING
She wanders ‘round as in a maze.
With French the evil of her days. MISS RUSH.
My heart’s gone and left me,
My heart is not here ;
My heart’s up the river
With one I hold dear. MISS McCLAIN.
Laugh and be fat. MISS LEAVITT.