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Title: Th’ Barrel Organ Author: Edwin Waugh Release Date: June 4, 2005 [eBook #15986] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-646-US (US-ASCII) ***START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK TH’ BARREL ORGAN*** E-text prepared by Todd Augsburger TH’ BARREL ORGAN by EDWIN WAUGH Manchester: John Heywood, 143 Deansgate. London: Simkin, Marshall & Co. I came out at Haslingden town-end with my old acquaintance, -Rondle o’th Nab,- better known by the name of -Sceawter,- a moor-end farmer and cattle dealer.
He was telling me a story about a cat that squinted, and grew very fat because--to use his own words--it -catched two mice at one go.- When he had finished the tale, he stopped suddenly in the middle of the road, and looking round at the hills, he said, -Nea then.
I’se be like to lev yo here.
I mun turn off to ’Dick o’ Rough-cap’s’ up Musbury Road.
I want to bargain about yon heifer.
He’s a very fair chap, is Dick,--for a cow-jobber.
But yo met as weel go up wi’ me, an’ then go forrud to our house.
We’n some singers comin’ to neet.- -Nay,- said I, -I think I’ll tak up through Horncliffe, an’ by th’ moor-gate, to’t ’Top o’th Hoof.’- -Well, then,- replied he, -yo mun strike off at th’ lift hond, about a mile fur on; an’ then up th’ hill side, an’ through th’ delph.
Fro theer yo mun get upo’ th’ owd road as weel as yo con; an’ when yo’n getten it, keep it.
So good day, an’ tak care o’ yorsel’.
Barfoot folk should never walk upo’ prickles.- He then turned, and walked off.
Before he had gone twenty yards he shouted back, -Hey! I say! Dunnot f...

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