which might have cajoled Ernulphus himself—he put it into Dr. Slop’s hands.—Dr. Slop wrapt his thumb up in the corner of his handkerchief, and with a wry face, though without any suspicion, read aloud, as follows—my uncle Toby whistling Lillabullero as loud as he could all the time.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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