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IN WHICH CHARITY SUFFERETH LONG

"Now then, waxworks ! All together ! Give them a lead, Sousa !"
Mr Sousa (second from the end, o.p. side) obediently began to agitate his baton, partially scalping Sunny Jim in the process, and the waxworks sang out, fortissimo, with a distinct but unevenly distributed accelerando towards the end

" Then send for Mrs Jarley on the spot !
And she'll reproduce each feature that you've got.
All your business she will see to,
Black your boots, and make your tea, too,
If you'll only put a penny in the slot !"

The tune was good, and the chorus went with a swing. But now a difficulty arose. The second verse should have been sung by one of the late occupants of the back bench - Dorando, to be precise ; and 'Mrs Jarley, realising the circumstance, was on the point of beginning it herself, when a muffled voice, proceeding apparently from the infernal regions, struck into the opening lines. Dorando, faint yet pursuing, was evidently determined to fulfil his contract, even if he had to do it on his head. For various reasons (chiefly dust and incipient apoplexy), his articulation was not all that could be desired, and the verse, which told of the ingenious device of one Tommy Sparkes, who, faced by the prospect of corporal punishment,

" Sent for Mrs Jarley on the spot,
And explained that he was going to get it hot "

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