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giy eth unto each one some machine of magic. And he commanded them again, say- ing, 12. " Go ye to a field near the house of Levi the Bur- sarite which doth belong to that Station which perform- eth wondrous researches in our land. " 13. " And when ye shall find it, deal ye with it in all manner as I have before taught you, and find ye the length thereof with the breadth also. " 14. " And when ye shall have performed this thing I will come unto you and see that ye have done all things even as I have commanded. " 15. And they spat upon their hands and did lift their burdens everyone to his shoulder and departed unto the land of Samuel toward the tent of °Levi; 16. And when they had found the parcel of land of which the learned man had warned them, they did com- mence their magic art. 17. And lo, the day was hot and the labor heavy, but they halted not nor " blas- phemed. 18. And when they had done in all things even as they had been commanded, they did gather up their in- struments of magic and sor- cery; 7 Also called the Dulcet- Voiced. 8 A cold- wave flag it doth also unfurl when the weather doth mod- erate. a For their burdens were heavy and might slip from their hands. 10 And it is ever said that they did see Levi kiss the sister of Samuel in his tent. n A won- derful thing in Aggie. 12 For the break- fast hour was long since passed. 13 This is doubted by some authori- ties. 14 For he had a big head and imme- diately mistrusteth where they have gone. 19. And when they had placed them together in a mass, they did sink upon the ground from %unger and thirst. 20. And when they were a little rested they com- muned one with another as to how they might get re- freshment, for they were sore an hungered. 21. And one said unto them, " Lo, yonder is the garden of Samuel. Let us go there and eat. " 22. But another saith, " It is forbidden fruit and we may not touch it. " But they heeded not his word. 23. And when he behold- eth they will not hearken unto him, he saith, " Lo, me- thinks I will not delay lest I faint, but will share with them the dangers of the gar- den. " 24. And he did run and overtake the brethren. 25.. And as they all came to the garden they entered softly therein and did eat and became much refreshed. 26. In the meantime com- eth the wise man and finding not the disciples goeth forth to find them. 27. And lo, he searcheth for them straight toward the garden of Samuel. 28. And when he findeth them he saith unto them, " • Little Bo-Peep has lost her 70
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M. CHRONICLES. FIRST BOOK OF SAMUEL. CHAPTER LXXXVI. Vee. 1-4, The Learning qf ' 8 . 5-6, The Field of ye Station. 7-1 6, Ye ' 86 (]o there. 17-19, They do their Magic Arrs. 20-25, They seek the Garden of Samuel. 2Q-29, Cometh the Scribe. 30, He yieldeth to the Devil. 31, Levi Cometh forth. 32-36, He sendeth them out. 37-40, Ye consequences. 1. AND it came to pass in the first year of the reign of James the Green ' ite, 2. That a - certain of the elders had taught those who were sojourning at the temple of learning for the second year, 3. The uses of many cu- rious instruments, machines, and tools, with which they did much sorcery in dividing land; 4. Thus causing the young- er men who were ignorant of these practices, to greatly stare. 5. Now, near the tent of Levi the Bursarite (at whose 1 Some- times known as Austin. 2 In short, Soplio- 3 Common- ly called the " Freshies. " 4 Now a Father in Israel. 5 Bulletins sent on application to J. B. Lindsay. 6 The same as was stridden with fever at Lal e Pleasant. marriage feast music did so loudly swell) was a parcel of land 6. Which belongeth unto that Station which doth vast Experiments in the land of Aggie. 7. And it came to pass one day that the elder, which was learned in all sorcery, called unto him " Sanborn, the Law- rencite, and Mackintosh, the Dedhamite, 8. And John, the Fowler- ite, and Kinney, the Lowel- ite; and George surnamed the Stony. 9. And lo, they were men of might and of goodly stat- ure and bold in all daring. 10. And he spake unto them, saying, " Gird up your loins for, behold, ye have much hard labor before you, and take ye, each, one of these instruments. " 11. And he straightway 69
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sheep and knows just where to find them. " 29. For lo, he was learned in ancient lore also. 30. And he looketh and beholdeth the garden to be full of fruit and goodly and he yieldeth to the Devil and picketh and eateth. 31. And when by chance Levi, the servant of Samuel, seeth the devastation of the garden of his master he rusheth forth like the wind, even like the chariot of Jehu rusheth he forth. 32. And when he is yet a long way off he calleth . aloud unto the learned scribe saying, 33. " How is this that thou not only allow these young men to eat of the forbidden fruit but doth eat thereof thyself and bringeth great devastation ! " 34. And when he ap- proacheth nearer he deliv- 15 Free translation of Homer. IS Behold, none are without sin. 17 But he could not be heard, owing to his dulcet voice. 18 Also written " Tatty. " 19 Even unto James the Green ' ite. 20 But the youth wish him back most heartily. 21 Long life to ' 86 ereth unto them exceeding rebuke and giveth them ' baos. 35. So that the learned scribe is very much ashamed and blusheth even to the roots of his mustache. 36. And he confesseth his transgression and depart- eth ashamed and the youth also. 37. But when Samuel heard of it he was exceed- ing wroth and goeth to the ' king and complaineth of the devastation of his gar- den. 38. And the king was an- gered against his servant the scribe. 39. And when the scribe had fulfilled the term of his office, lo, the king dismisseth him and driveth him away in " anger. 40. But the youth remain in the kingdom of Aggie even to this day. Selah. 71
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