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IN WHICH CHARITY SUFFERETH LONG

their legs, which stuck straight up into the air. The flagging audience, imagining that the entire disaster was part of the performance, applauded uproariously, and Mrs Jarley seized the opportunity to deliver a pithy extempore lecture upon character as read from the soles of the feet.
The performance concluded with a song and chorus, specially composed for the occasion, and sung by Mrs Jarley and her exhibits in spasmodic antistrophe. Mrs Jarley began

" Some ladies have one figure-one, home grown !
But I have quite a lot, like Madam Tussaud.
And whatever sort of one you'd like to own,
Just order me to make it, and I'll do so.
I can make you waxen figures that can walk,
Or wave, their arms, or turn and look behind 'em

Here, Here, in attempting to suit the action to the word, the singer tripped heavily over her own train, and was only saved from complete bouleversemem,t by the miraculously animated and suddenly outstretched arm of Henry the Eighth, who was sitting close behind. Binks continued, quite undisturbed

" And some of them (the female ones !) can talk,
And it's wonderful how useful people find them.
So send for Mrs Jarley on the spot !
And she'll reproduce each feature that you've got.
It will save a deal of trouble
If you have a waxen double,
Which will do your work when you would rather not !

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