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" Who next ? Oh, my little friend, you are let loose from school, and come hither to scrub your blooming face, and drown the memory of certain taps of the ferule, and other schoolboy troubles, in a draught from the Town Pump. "
The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine - Page 373
edited by - 1837
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1840
...memory of certain taps of the ferule, and other schoolboy troubles, in a draught from the town pump. Take it, and may your heart and tongue never be scorched...elderly gentleman, who treads so tenderly over the paving stones, that I suspect he is afraid of breaking them. What ! he limps by without so much as...
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The Village Reader: Designed for the Use of Schools

George Merriam - Reader (Elementary) - 1841 - 300 pages
...memory of certain taps of the ferule, and other school-boy troubles, in a draught from the Town Pump. Take it, pure as the current of your young life—...never be scorched with a fiercer thirst than now. 9. There, my dear child, put down the cup, and yield your place to this elderly gentleman, who treads...
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The United States Reader: Containing a Variety of Exercises in Reading ...

John D. Post - Readers - 1842 - 304 pages
...life, take it, and may your heart and tongue never be scorched0 with a fiercer thirst than now ! 9. There, my dear child, put down the cup, and yield...your place to this elderly gentleman, who treads so tenderly"1 over the paving-stones, that I suspect he is afraid of breaking them. What ! he limps by,...
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The Board of Health and Longevity; Or, Hydropathy for the People

William Horsell - 1845
...blooming face, and drown the memory of certain taps of the ferule, and other school-boy troubles ; take it, and may your heart and tongue never be scorched with a fiercer thirst than now ! There, my dear, put down the cup, and yield your place to this elderly gentleman, who treads so tenderly over the paving...
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The Christian Pioneer, Volumes 2-5

Baptists - 1744
...memory of certain taps of the ferule, and other schoolboy troubles, in a draught from the town pump. Take it, and may your heart and tongue never be scorched...elderly gentleman, who treads so tenderly over the paving stones, that I suspect he is afraid of breaking them. What ! he limps by without so much as...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volume 3

Half hours - 1847
...memory of certain taps of the ferule, and other school-boy troubles, in a draught from the Town Pump. Take it, pure as the current of your young life. Take...elderly gentleman, who treads so tenderly over the stones, that I suspect he is afraid of breaking them. What ! he limps by without so much as thanking...
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The Water Cure Journal and Hygienic Magazine, Volume 1

1848
...drown the memoir of certain taps of the ferrule, and other school-boy troubles : take it, and may yonr heart and tongue never be scorched with a fiercer thirst than now ! There, my dear, put down the cup. and yield your place to this elderly gentleman, who treads so tenderly over the paving...
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The Wesley banner and revival record [afterw.] The Wesley banner ..., Volume 1

Samuel Dunn - 1849
...memory of certain taps of the ferule, and other school-boy troubles, in a draught from the town pump. Take it, pure as the current of your young life. Take...elderly gentleman, who treads so tenderly over the stones, that I suspect he is afraid of breaking them. What ! he limps by without so much as thanking...
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McGuffey's Newly Revised Eclectic Fourth Reader: Revised and Improved

William Holmes McGuffey - Readers - 1849
...memory of certain taps of the ferule, and other school-boy troubles, in a draught from the Town Pump. Take it, pure as the current of your young life ;...never be scorched with a fiercer thirst than now. 9. There, my dear child, put down the cup, and yield your place to this elderly gentleman, who treads...
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The Juvenile companion, and Sunday-school hive [afterw.] The ..., Volumes 5-6

1856
...your blooming face, and drown ^he memory of certain taps of the ferule and other school- joy troubles; take it, and may your heart and tongue never be scorched with a fiercer thirst than now ! There, my deer, put down the cup, and yield your place to this elderly gentleman, who treads so tenderly over...
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