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FOR THE PIANO. 





1 MINNIE RIFLE, 

11 IDYLLE, 

21 CONSOLATION, 

25 GRAND TRIUMPHAL MARCH, 

35 GRANDE DUCHESSE, 

45 MABEL, 

49 ROMEO AND JULIETTE, 

56 FAUST, 

65 FIFRES DE LA GARDE, 

79 PERLE D'ALLEMAGNE, 

89 MARCHE DU SACRE, 

99 DON CARLOS, 

105 GRANDE DUCHESSE, 

112 GUARD'S WALTZ, 

122 LA TRAVIATA, . 

129 IL TROVATORE, 

137 GRANDE DUCHESSE, . 

145 ROMEO AND JULIETTE, . 

151 BOHEMIAN GIRL, 

157 CHAMPAGNE CHARLIE, 



(Polka) 



(Waltz) .... 

(Waltz) .... 
(Fantasie Air) 

(Song)'i^ "In the Language of Love," 
(Polka Mllitaire) 

(Bluette a la Mazourka) 

(Coronation) 

(Fantasie Airs) 

(Quadrille) 

(Pot Pourri) 

(Pot Pourri) 

(Song, "It is a Legend Old") 

(Air) .... 

(Pot Pourri) 

(Song) 



G. Her»berg 

Chan. B. Jjysberg 

Mendelssohn 

J, Concone 

J. Offenbach 

n. Godfrey 

Arranged by H. Clarke 

Gounod 

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J. Ascher 

. Meyerbeer 

H. Clarke 

J. Offenbach 

J). Godfrey 

Arranged by H. Cramer 

" " H. Cramer 

J. Offenbach 

Arranged by H. Clarke 

H. Cra^ner 

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Principal Office and Manufactory at the German Medicine Store, 

No. 631 Arch Street^ Philadelphia^ 

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FINE SHIRT MANUFACTURERS. 

iZaj'C constantly on hand a large and varied assortment of 

DRESS GOODS FOR GENTLEMEN, 

COidllF'EISIlSrCS- 

Gloves, Scarfs, Cravats, Shawls, Undershirts and Drawers, 
Silk, Merino and Woolen Hosiery of all descriptions. 

Elepiit Wraiers aM BreaMast Jactets. 

They invite special atteatiou to tlieir celebrated 

Patent Shoulder-Seam Shirts, 

Which they make to measurement, of the best material, 
with a guarantee of a perfect fit. 

Formula of Measurement. 

Size around the Neck Inches. Length of Arms (bent) from centre of Inches. 

" Chest, under the arms, " back to middle of hand, .' 



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DOUBLE SHEET-FORTY COLUMNS. 

The great JVewspaper of Fhiladelphia, and the Best and Cheapest JVewspaper in 
the United States, at Twelve Cents per week. 

THE INQUIRER furniBheB the " desideratum " of a genuine Newspaper within *he means of any member of the community. 
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Experienced Special Correspondents are permanently stationed at Washington, Harrisburg, New York, Baltimore, Cairo, 
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Trained Special Reporters are always sent to any part of the Continent, where events of general interest may be transpiring. 

The Home Editorial and Reportorial Corps are unusually varied and efBcient. 

The Finances and Markets are fully and carefully reported every day. 

The Inquirer's Local News is always the fullest and most authentic in the City. The affairs of Pennsylyania arc carefully 
chronicled in its columns. 

The Inquirer pats siobe for special teleokaphic news than any other newspaper in the State ; this insures lo its readers 
the earliest intelligence of important occurrences throughout the world. 

The Inquirer is independent in politics, national in policy, has ever and will always maintain tho integrity of the Union as 
the fundamental principle in American etalesmanhhip. 

The PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER is served by careful Carriers everywhere, at Twelve Cents a week, and sold by 
all News Agents. 

Mail Subscribers, Fifty Cents a month, payable In advance. 

Address ^TITILLIAIKE VIT. HARDIIVG, 

Inquirer Building, 304 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 



HARDING'S EDITIONS 




Wholesale Dealers will find the List to embrace the Largest Assortment of BIBLtS in the Country, 



jggy^ The Publisher has no hesitation in pronouncing them more saleable than any other Bibles published. The various 
editions embrace all the variety of styles of Binding and sizes of type, varying in price from TWO dollars to FORTY dollara 
ft copy, for a Family Bible, large quarto size. 



Harding's Patent Flexible Chain-Back Albnm. 

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The links will not break or ait by opening and closing the book, as each link forma a half-circle around the edge of an interren- 
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The leases are interlocked in such a manner that they are held firmly in their places, and cannot slip over each other, or more in 
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to the part of the book which is opened. 

The back, although possessing greater strength, is more elastic and flexible than that of any other Album now oSfered to 
the public, and is constructed in such a manner that il will always keep its original shape so long as it is not torn to pieces, thus 
presenting a NE.\TER and MORE BEAUTIFUL APPEARANCE WHEN OPENED than any other Photograph Album made. 

THE MATERIALS used are of the best selections. The leaves arc beautifully lithographed on the finest cards; the Bind- 
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edges, and pearl ornaments, to protect the covers. 

A Large Assortment of Photograph Albums, made in the usual manner. 

S®- Purchasers will find il greally to their advantage to examine the stock of Photograph Albums before purchasing. 
Catalogues sent by mail when requfsted.'=§^ 

J^r Purchasers arc assured ihal Ihe above books arc all of the best Philadelphia manufacture. 

inriLLIAIVI inr. HARDING, Publisher^ 

No. 326 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. 



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All Books at the Lowest Wholesale Price, and no exceptions. 25 to 75 
per cent. Reduction from Selling Prices. 

Publisher ^ Bookseller, 

tZt^ (^feestetit Street* 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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EVERY DEPARTMENT COMPLETE. 

History, Biography, Travels, Standard and Miscellaneous Novels and 

Tales, &c., &c. 

All the J^ew Books received as soon as published, and sold at a 
reduction of 25 per cent, from the publishing prices. 

THEOLOGICAL, RELIOIOnS, AND DEVOTIONAL DOOES, 

A full and complete assortment. 

SABBATH SCHOOL AND JUVENILE BOOKS, 

THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT. 




Cheap Book Department. 

A large and varied assortment of Books, Jfovels, Standard and Miscellaneous 

arranged on spacious counters. 

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UNEQUALLED IX 

EXCELLENCE AND DURABILITY, 

WILL HEM, BRAID & EMBROIDER 

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Equal to any others in the market. Before purchasing elsewhere call at 



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excellence. All of the work executed at his establishment is fim,shed under his 
own immediate surveillance. 

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In remembrance of this Hotel, I take the liberty of recommending, not the 
House, which Is known the world over, but the Proprietor, H. HOQAN, Eiq., a$ a 
most perfect gentleman, and I beg him to accept this slight tribute as an expression 
of my gratitude, 

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to order, all the jnost unique and intricate designs in Gold and Silver, 

entirely different from anything now offered for sale in 

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Importer^ of all the 

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ITS MOTTO IS 

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"A GOOD MAN LEAVETH AN INHERITANCE." 





OFFICERS OF THE "HOME." 
WALTER S. GRIFFITH, President. ISAAC H. FBOTHINGHAM, Treasurer. 
GEORGE a RIPLET, Secretary. WILLIAM J. COFFIN, Actuary. 

Assets, April 1st, 1868, $2,000,000, and constantly increasing. 

This Company will always keep most securely invested, a fund amply sufficient to pay all its possible liabilities on every 

policy issued. 

DIVIDENDS. 

The HOME has declared and paid dividends annually since 1861 ; and these dividends have been in the past, 
as they will be in the future, just as large as any sound Company (which intends always to remain so) ought to make, 
and will, no doubt, be increasing from year to year. Our Company will not and does not desire to increase its business 
by promising, in advance, large dividends, which the re-insurance will not justify, the CARDINAL feature of this Com- 
pany being the highest security to all of our assured members. 

The HOME pes to its Members tlie priTlleie to reside or traTcl in any part of tlie world witliont Periit or Extra Preminni. 

The HOMK offers a permanent Loan to the assured, if desired, of one-third of all the annual premiums which 
loan 18 not at any time subject to assessment, but is payable only by the annual dividends, and this privilege is not 
confined to parties whose annual premium exceeds $40 or 850, but is extended to all its members alike 

ESLCR & COLTON, 

Ag-ents for Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, 

Cor. Fourth & Library Sts., Phila. 

A Life Policy is a safe and certain method of providing after death for Wife, Children, Parents, Brothers, Sisters, Friends 

REFERENCES. 

vr Jj? ^ptiE refers to Rev. Thomas Carlton, I). I)., and Bishops Janes, Simpson and Kingsley, of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church; the Hon. Judges Strong and Ludlow, Rev. Albert Barnes, Rev. T. De Witt 
Talmadge, M. W. Baldwin & Co., B. B. Comegys, Esq., Cashier of Phila. Bank; Messrs. E, W. Clarke & Co , 
and Drexel i: Co. Bankers, and bamuel Welsh, Esq., the most of whom, and hundreds more of prominent men 
in the Church aud State, are insured in the HOME. 



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For Hale by all Druggists a,rul Dealers in Fine Soaps, 

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PHBLABElPHIl, 

Invite the attention of the publie to their large and varied stock of 
Staple and Housefurnishing 

DRY GOODS 

French, Barnsley, and Irish Damask Table Linens, 
Barnsley Sheetings, all qualities and widths. 

PILLOW CASE LINENS, RICHARDSON'S SHIRTIN6 LINENS, 

German, French and Barnsley Damask and Huck Towels, 

" " " Napkins and Doylies, 

Embroidered Piano and Table Covers, 

Marseilles Quilts, 

All varieties of Sheeting and Shirting Muslins. Complete Stock of 

Carefully Selected 

WHITE GOODS, FLANNELS, &c. 

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The long connection of Mr. Kulp with the old and valued 
firm of J. v. Cowell Sr Son, emboldens him to hope for a share 
of the patronage so liberally extended to that deserving house, 
and he trusts that by still increased attention to the ivants 
of their customers the neio firm may establish a reputation 
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Respectfully invites the attention of the Public to his extensive 
and elegant assoTtment of 

Floor Oil Cloths, Wiedow Shades, 




Which for Beauty of Designs, Brilliancy of Colors and Durability, cannot be 
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Hotels, Churches, Steamboats, Lodge Rooms, Public and Private 
Buildings, furnished at the most reasonable Prices. 



Merchants, House-heepers, and all who contemplate furnishing, will find it to 
their interest to call and examine the assortment and prices before 

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In Tichly ornamented Cases, playing beautiful Home Melodies, as well 

as choice Selections from the various Operas, including 

such Favorites as 

"THE LAST ROSE OF SUMMER." 
"HOME! SWEET HOME," 
"ROBIN ADAIR," 

"THE MONASTERY BELLS," 

"LISTEN TO THE MOCKING BIRD," 
"AULD LANG SYNE." 

" ROCK ME TO SLEEP, MOTHER," &c., &c. 



" CASTA DIVA," Norma. 

" ROBERT TOI QUE JAIME," . . Robert le Diable. 

"LIBIAMO," Traviata. 

"QUE J'AIME LES MILITAIRES," Grand Duohesse de Gerolstein. 

"AH NGN GIUNGE," Somnambula. 

" MISERERE," Trovatore, 4c., 4c. 



We are enabled, as the result of personal attention in Europe, to 
offer the finest quality of Musical Boxes at very reasonable prices, they 
being made to our own order, of the best materials and worhmanship, 
and the music selected by ourselves. 

Can be forwarded safely by Express to any address. 



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Pennsylvania State Fair, 18G3; Mechanics' Institute, San Francisco, 18G4 ; American Institute, Gold Medal, New 

York, 1865; State Fairs, California, 1865 and 1866; Paris Exposition, 1867; New England Agricultural 

Fair, Providence, R. I., 1867; New York State Fair, Buflalo, N. Y., 1867; Mechanics' Association, 

Lowell, Mass., 1867 ; Maryland Institute, Baltimore, Md., 1867 ; American Institute, 

New York, 1867. And also at every County Fair, where true merit and 

Samples of Work made on the Machine were the test. 

We warrant every machine to be all that wo claim for it, and will give a written warranty if required. We invite epeoial attention to 
some of tbo great improvementa over other machines, united in the FLORENUE SEWING MACHINE: 

It is the only machine that makes four kinds of stitch, three of which are made on no other machine, and are stronger and more elaatio 
than any other. It is the only Machine that can sew in more than one direction, having a reversible feed. It is the only Machine having aself- 
aiijuBting tension in shuttle— a great improvement. It fastens the ends of its aeams better and -[uicker than a seamstress can. It uses less 
thread than any other machine. It runs light and quiet. It can bo easily managed by a child. It needs only to be seen to satisfy any one of 
its superiority over all others. The " FLORENCE " will sew everything needed in a family, from the heaviest to the lightest fabric. It has 
a better hemmer than any other, ant! easier to manage. It hem-i, fells, cords, braids, tucks, quilts, gathers, Ac, without basting. It makes s 
gather and sewa it to a band at one operation, perfectly. It does more work, and more kinds of work than any other machine. It baa a com- 
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All Goods sold at the lowest possible prices. 




A LIBERAL DEDUCTION TO WHOLESALE TRADE 





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Estimates and Designs made free of charge, for the furnishing 
and decorating of Houses. 

Constanitly on Hani a large Stoct of 

Embroidered Piano and Table Covers, 

Swiss Lace, Nottingham and Muslin Curtains, 

Superior White Holland Window Shades, 

House and Store Shades made to order. 




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New Styles received and introduced as soon as issued in 
Paris and London. 



Which are prepared in the most approved style, of the best materials 
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All Designing, Engraving, Illuminating, Stamping and Card Printing executed in the 
establishment by first-class artists, under the personal superintendence of Mr. Dreka. 

Also, on hand, a very fine and constantly renewed assortment of neat and artistic 
FANCY ARTICLES in the Stationery line, of American, French, English and German 
manufacture. 




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DE MACHINES ELIAS HOWE, Jl. 

A OOUEEE EXP03ANT. 



MANUFAOTUEEK 
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OF SEWmO MACHINES. 



They being the first Sewing Machines ever made, and having been manufactured continuously under the supervision of 
the Original Inventor, ELIAS HOWE, Jr., since their first introduction in 1845. 

They have invariably won the highest honors at the great Exhibitions of the world, culminating at the late Exposition Uni- 
verselle at Paris, where 

THE GRANDEST COMBINATION OF PRIZES EVER AWARDED 

AT ANY EXHIBITION, TO ANY EXHIBITOR, FOR ANY GOODS WHATEVER EXHIBITED, 

was awarded to THE HOWE MACHINE CO. and their President, ELIAS HOWE, Jr. :— the Imperial Prize; the Cross of the 
Legion of Honor ; a Gold Medal, the highest prize within the gift of the Jury, being the result of the 




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SOLE AGENTS FOR PENNSYLVANIA, NEW JERSEY, DELAWARE, WEST VIRGINIA, 

mU-^'^^ Z^ S^nih ^i^Mh SiT'^^% FMI^'i^lf lila* 

No. 4 St. Clair St., Pittsburgh. 



In order that the public may not be MISLED we publish the following as a sufficient reply to the claim NOW being made by 
another Sewing Machine Co. that to their REPRESENTATIVE was awarded the Cross of the Legion of Honor, for their Sewing 
Machines, at the late Paris Exhibition. It needs no comment : 

A CARD. 

"To the Editor of the Evening Telegraph: 

Sir: — That the public may not be misled by the advertisements, "Official" and otherwise, 
relative to a Gold Medal for Sewing Machines, at the Paris Exhibition, I desire to state that the Machines of the Grover & Baker 
manufacture were not exhibited, and consequently not tested at all at the Paris Exhibition. 

Very Respectfully, Yours, 
OinoB OF THK Grover & Baker Sewinq Machine Co., G. W. EDDY, Agent. 

No. 730 Chestnut St., Aug. 17th, 1867. 




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J. W. PROCTOR & CO. 

Tmporjers, Jobbers & Retailers 

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DRY GOODS, 



Black and Colored Silks, 

Plain and Fancy Dress Goods, 

Cloaks, Mantillas and Shawls, 
Laces and Embroideries, 

Hosiery and Gloves, 

Cloak & Dress Trimmings ^ 

and Ornaments, 

Wlile Gooils, Linens and Domestics, 
No. 920 CHESTNUT STREET, 

PHILADELPHIA. 

J. W. Proctor. David Hughes. 



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Life Insurance Co. 



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E. A. BULKELEY, President. AUSTIN DUNHAM, Vice President. 

T. 0. ENDERS, Secretary. 

ANNUAL INCOME, 

OVER $5,000,000 00. 

♦♦^ 

PHILABELFHIA BffiAI^CH, 

I®i. Ill mii Hi ititi f ®irtl gtr®®l 

C. H. BRUSH, 

Manager. 

CHARLES P. TURNER, M. D. 

Medical Examiner. 

JOS. F. JAGGER.S, 

(General Agent. 

The General Agent, Jos. F. Jaggers, will furnish Circulars and explanations upon application to 
him at 121 and 123 South 4th Street, or at his residence, 618 Marshall Street, Philadelphia. 

Life and Endowment Policies issued by this well-known and reliable institution upon the most 
favorable terms. 



Life and Endowment Policy in the old ^TNA is the very best way to make a safe and 
economical provision for death or old age. 

AMil Bifiie iil 10 Policy Holi sl 50 w M. 

JAGGIZRS & BRUSHy General Agents for Texas 

Office, ^o. 121 South Fouith St., Philadelphia. 






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Perpetual Motion in Clieap and Good Goods at Low Prices, 

MpsitioiiHaM! Oiosih CoiirMI 

C©MFAlIS®lf IlYIf 11! CMiWWEWSW'M PIIIIP! 
The Valie always given in excbaDie for yonr Money!! 




EPSTEIN k HAINES, 

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IN PHILADELPHIA. 



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glass. And when they wish'd to make a new. No, said he, that will nev - er do. . . I'd 
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LORILLAED, KEW YORK, . $1,500,000 

FULTON, NEW YORK, . . 410,000 

RELIEF, NEW YORK, . . . 300,000 

RESOLUTE, NEW YORK, . . 295,000 



EXCELSIOR, NEW YORK, , 
MERCANTILE, NEW YORK, 
HOWARD, BALTIMORE, 
N. Y. ACCIDENTAL INS. CO. 



410,000 
295,000 
250,000 
300,000 



NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, 

Cash Assets, $10,000,000. 



The business of this Compnny is stbictlt mutual, all the surj^lus being divided annually among the members, in cash, or the 
dividends can be applied to increase the sum assured, and used at any subsequent period to assist in the payment of premiums. 

Policies Issued on Household Furniture for Five Years at a reduced 

rate of Premium. 



FIBE, LIFE, lAEIM, llAl, aid ACCIDEITAL INSUEARCE 



PLACED TO ANY AMOUNT BY 



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PIANOS, 

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For the same CASH PAYMENT required in an all cash company. 



Policies for any amount from S1,000 to S35,000. 



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ISAAC S. WILLIAMS & CO 



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PHILADELPHIA, 

Where may be found, of the best quality, and for sale at fair prices, a full assortment of 

HOnSEKEEPINS HARDWARE, 

Tin and Japanned Ware, Plated and Britannia Goods, Brushes, Brooms, 

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CAST, WROUGHT IRON & WIRE RAILINGS, 

Fountains, Vases, Verandas, Settees, Arbors, Chairs, Summer 

Houses, Iron Stairs— Spiral and Straight— in every 

variety of pattern. 

NEW AND IMPROVED STYLES OF 

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taste, while they combine all the requisites of beauty and substantial construction. 

Purchasers may rely on having all articles carefully boxed and shipped to the place of destination. 

Designs will be sent to those who wish to make a selection. 

ROBERT WOOD & CO. 

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Champagne. 

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4. Some epicures like Burgundy, Hock, Claret, and Moselle, 
But Moet's Vintage only satisfies this Champagne swell ; 
What matter if to bed I go, and head is muddled thick, 
A bottle in the morning sets me right then very quick. 

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And only done, like other songs, to merely raise a laugh ; 
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I'll stand fizz round — yes that I will, and stand it — like a lamb. 

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