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A CHRISTMAS TREE - CHARLES DICKENS
A CHRISTMAS TREE WHEN I WAS A CHILD

could be taken out and stabled under the piano, appear to have bits of fur for their tails and other bits for their manes, and to stand on pegs 'instead of legs, but it was not so when they were brought home for a Christmas present. They were all right, then; neither was their harness nailed into their chests, as appears to be the case now. The tinkling works of the music cart I did find out to be made of quill toothpicks and wire; and I always thought that little tumbler in his shirt-sleeves, perpetually swarming up one side of a wooden frame, and coming down, headforemost, on the other, rather a weak-minded personthough good-natured; but the Jacob's Ladder, next him, made of little squares of red wood, that went flapping and clattering over one another, each developing a different picture, and the whole enlivened by small bells, was a mighty marvel and a great delight.
Ah ! The doll's house!-of which I was not proprietor, but where I visited. I don't admire the Houses of Parliament half so much as that stone-fronted mansion with real glass windows, and doorsteps, and a real balcony-greener than I ever see now, except at watering places; and even they afford but a poor imitation. And though it did open all at once-the entire house-front-it was but to shut it up again. Even open, there were three distinct rooms in it: a sitting room and bedroom. elegantly furnished, and, best of all, a kitchen, with uncommonly soft fire-irons, a plentiful assortment of diminutive utensils, and a tin mancook in profile, who was always going to fry two fish. What justice have I done to the noble feasts wherein the set of wooden platters figured, each with its own peculiar delicacy, as a ham or turkey, glued tight on to it, and garnished with something green, which I recollect as moss! Could all the temperance -societies of these later days, united, give me

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