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" We're all a set of stupid fools, To think the skipper knows, by tasting, What ground he's on ; Nantucket schools Don't teach such stuff, with all their basting ! " And so he took the well-greased lead, And rubbed it o'er a box of earth That stood on deck,—... "
POEMS - 第 81 頁
JAMES T. FIELDS 著 - 1849
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Poems

James Thomas Fields - 1849 - 99 頁
...stupid fools To think the skipper knows by tasting What ground he 's on, — Nantucket schools Don 't teach such stuff, with all their basting ! " And so...tore his hair, Thrust on his boots, and roared to Harden, — "Nantucket 's sunk, and here we are Right over old Marm Hackett's garden ! " COMMERCE....
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Poems

James Thomas Fields - 1849 - 99 頁
...Nantucket schools Don 't teach such stuff, with all their basting ! " And so he took the well- greased lead, And rubbed it o'er a box of earth That stood...tore his hair, Thrust on his boots, and roared to Harden, '^Nantucket 's sunk, and here we are Right over old Harm HacketCs garden ! " COMMERCE. PRONOUNCED...
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The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion, 第 7 卷

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1855
...lead, And rubbed it o'er a box of earth That stood on deck — a parsnip bed — And then he songht the skipper's berth. " ' Where are we now, sir ? Please to taste.' The skipper yawn'd, put ont his tongne. Then ope'd his eyes in wondrons haste. And then upon the floor he sprnng...
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The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion, 第 7 卷

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1855
..." ' Where are wg now, sir? Please to taste.' The skipper yawn'd, put out his tongue, Then ope'd hia eyes in wondrous haste. And then upon the floor he sprung ! " The skipper storm'd, and tore his hair, Thrust on hie boots, and roared to Marden. 1 Aanfucjrei'« »unJb, and...
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The Book of Oratory: A New Collection of Extracts in Prose, Poetry and ...

1856 - 500 頁
...grain of fun. " We're all a set of stupid fools To think the skipper knows by tasting What ground he's on : Nantucket schools Don't teach such stuff, with...tore his hair, Thrust on his boots, and roared to Harden — " Nantucket's sunk, and here we are Eight over old Marm Hackett's garden !" 30. A YANKEE...
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A Budget of Humorous Poetry: Comprising Specimens of the Best and Most ...

1859 - 320 頁
...Nantuckct schools Don't teach such stuff, with all their basting." And so he took the well greased lead, And rubbed it o'er a box of earth, That stood...tore his hair ; Thrust on his boots, and roared to Harden, " Nantucket's sunk ! and here we are, Right over old Dame Hackett's garden !" JT FIELD. THE...
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The American Union Speaker: Containing Standard and Recent Selections in ...

John Dudley Philbrick - 1868 - 588 頁
...— the pedler's son ; And so he mused (the wanton wretch), " To-night I'll have a grain of fun. " We 're all a set of stupid fools, To think the skipper...tore his hair, Thrust on his boots, and roared to Harden, — " Nantucket 's sunk, and here we are Eight over old Marm Hackett's garden ! " /. T. Fieldt....
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The Speaker's Garland and Literary Bouquet: Combining 100 Choice Selections ...

1884
...took the well greased-lead, And rubbed it o'er a box of earth That stood on deck, — a parsnip-bed, And then he sought the skipper's berth. "Where are...to taste." The skipper yawned, put out his tongue, And opened his eyes in wondrous haste, And then upon the floor he sprang 1 The skipper stormed, and...
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The High School Speaker: A Collection of Declamations, Poetic Pieces and ...

John Celivergos Zachos - 1873
...so he took the well-greased lead, And rubbed it o'er a box of earth That stood on deck—(a parsnep bed),— And then he sought the skipper's berth. "...wondrous haste, And then upon the floor he sprung 1 The skipper stormed, and tore his hair, Thrust on his boots, and roared to Harden,— " Nantucket's...
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Dick's Recitations and Readings, 第 6 期

William Brisbane Dick - 1877
...earth That stood on deck — a parsnip-bed, And then he sought the skipper's berth. And opened his eyea in wondrous haste, And then upon the floor he sprung...tore his hair, Thrust on his boots, and roared to Harden, " Nantucket's sunk, and here we are Right over old Mann Hackett's garden !" DOT BABY OFF MINE....
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