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No. 1972.- April 8, 1882.
s From Beginning,
A TRACT FOR THE TIME.
Be lively with the cricket, be merry with the “ It is proposed to establish a children's branch of grig, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals." And never quote from Bacon in the presence - Weekly Paper.
of a pig! An elderly lady had had her boots blackt,
Don't contradict the moocow, nor argue with And gave to the blacker a nice little tract: The following gives a résumé exact,
Be always kind to animals wherever you may
be ! Of what may be found in this excellent tract:
Punch, Speak gently to the herring, and kindly to the
calf, Be blithesome with the bunny, at barnacles
don't laugh! Give nuts unto the monkey, and buns unto the bear,
CHRYSANTHEMUMS. Ne'er hint at currant jelly if you chance to meet a hare!
Not in the fairy freshness of the spring, Don't tantalize the tortoise, nor sacrifice the Nor when bright summer smiles upon the land, stoat,
Not when rich autumn with a lavish hand Don't persecute the parrot, nor grumble at the Wreathes earth with golden corn and purple goat;
ling : But give the stranded jelly-fish a shove into But then, when passage-birds have taken wing the sea —
For sunnier climes; when the sere leaves lie Be always kind to animals wherever you may And moaning through bare branches overhead,
dead, The mournful wind their requiem seems to
sing Be lenient with lobsters, and ever kind to Yes, then, sweet flowers, when all around is crabs,
drear, And be not disrespectful to cuttle-fish or dabs; Ye come, the heart to gladden with your Chase not the cochin-china, chaff not the ox
A gleam of brightness ere the winter near, And babble not of feather-beds in company Chasing our sadness with your magic wile.
with geese! Be tender with the tadpole and let the limpit
Happy their lot, like you, who soothe and
And life's November brighten and beguile ! Be merciful to mussels, don't skin your eels
Chambers' Journal. alive; When talking to a turtle don't mention cali.
pee Be always kind to animals wherever you may
Oh, make not game of sparrows, nor faces at
THE SONNET'S VOICE.
A METRICAL LESSON BY THE SEASHORE, And ne'er allude to mint sauce when calling
on a lanıb! Don't beard the thoughtful oyster, don't dare Yon silvery billows breaking on the beach
Fall back in foam beneath the star-shine the cod to crimp,
clear, And worry not the winkle, or scarify the
The while my rhymes are murmuring in your shrimp. Tread lightly on the turning worm, don't bruise
restless lore like that the billows teach ; the butterfly,
For on these sonnet-waves my soul would Don't ridicule the wry-neck, nor sneer
From its own depths, and rest within you, Oh, ne'er delight to make dogs fight, nor ban
dear, tams disagree Be always kind to animals wherever you may Great nature strives to find a human speech.
As, through the billowy voices yearning here, be !
with rats ;
Be patient with black-beetles, be courteous to A sonnet is a wave of melody: cats,
From heaving waters of the impassioned And be not harsh with haddocks, nor rigorous soul
A billow of tidal music one and whole Give welcome unto wopses, and comfort to the Flows in the "octave ; " then returning free, bee,
Its ebbing surges in the “sestet" roll And be not hard upon the snail – let blue- Back to the deeps of life's tumultuous sea. bottles go free.