The Wit and Humor of America, Volume VI. (of X.)
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The Wit and Humor of America, Volume VI. (of X.)

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Table of Contents
  • Library Edition
    • THE WIT AND HUMOR OF AMERICA
      • In Ten Volumes
        • VOL. VI
      • VOL. VI
    • In Ten Volumes
      • VOL. VI
    • VOL. VI
  • THE WIT AND HUMOR OF AMERICA
    • EDITED BY MARSHALL P. WILDER
    • Volume VI
      • Funk & Wagnalls Company New York and London Copyright MDCCCCVII, BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY Copyright MDCCCCXI, THE THWING COMPANY
    • Funk & Wagnalls Company New York and London Copyright MDCCCCVII, BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY Copyright MDCCCCXI, THE THWING COMPANY
    • CONTENTS
      • COMPLETE INDEX AT THE END OF VOLUME X.
    • COMPLETE INDEX AT THE END OF VOLUME X.
    • GRAINS OF TRUTH
    • CHAD'S STORY OF THE GOOSE
    • UNCONSCIOUS HUMOR
      • THE BEAUTIFUL CIRCUS GIRL
    • THE BEAUTIFUL CIRCUS GIRL
    • UP AND DOWN OLD BRANDYWINE
    • JONES
      • I
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V
    • I
    • II
    • III
    • IV
    • V
    • THE BEAR STORY
      • THAT ALEX "IST MAKED UP HIS-OWN-SE'F"
    • THAT ALEX "IST MAKED UP HIS-OWN-SE'F"
    • COLONEL CARTER'S STORY OF THE POSTMASTER
    • LOVE SONNETS OF AN OFFICE BOY
      • I
      • VI
      • VIII
      • XIII
      • XXVII
    • I
    • VI
    • VIII
    • XIII
    • XXVII
    • MR. DOOLEY ON THE GAME OF FOOTBALL
    • THE FAIRPORT ART MUSEUM
    • THE BALLAD OF GRIZZLY GULCH[1]
    • MY PHILOSOFY
    • THE SOCIETY UPON THE STANISLAUS
    • LOST CHORDS
    • THOUGHTS FER THE DISCURAGED FARMER
    • THE MODERN FARMER[2]
    • THE APOSTASY OF WILLIAM DODGE
    • SO WAGS THE WORLD
      • (With apologies to Samuel Pepys, Esquire)
      • February first
      • February third
      • February eighth
      • February twentieth
      • March nineteenth
      • April sixteenth
      • May tenth
      • June seventh (the Mountains)
      • August tenth
      • August twentieth
      • September sixteenth
      • October twenty-ninth
      • November sixth
      • December ninth
      • December tenth
      • January seventeenth
      • April eleventh
      • February first
    • (With apologies to Samuel Pepys, Esquire)
    • February first
    • February third
    • February eighth
    • February twentieth
    • March nineteenth
    • April sixteenth
    • May tenth
    • June seventh (the Mountains)
    • August tenth
    • August twentieth
    • September sixteenth
    • October twenty-ninth
    • November sixth
    • December ninth
    • December tenth
    • January seventeenth
    • April eleventh
    • February first
    • THE PAINTERMINE[3]
    • THE ADVERTISER
    • THE FAMOUS MULLIGAN BALL
    • THE GENIAL IDIOT DISCUSSES THE MUSIC CURE
    • THE OCTOPUSSYCAT[4]
    • THE BOOK-CANVASSER
      • ANONYMOUS
    • ANONYMOUS
    • HER VALENTINE
    • THE WELSH RABBITTERN[5]
    • COMIC MISERIES
      • I
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VI
      • VII
      • VIII
    • I
    • II
    • III
    • IV
    • V
    • VI
    • VII
    • VIII
    • THE MERCHANT AND THE BOOK-AGENT
      • ANONYMOUS
    • ANONYMOUS
    • THE COQUETTE
      • A Portrait
    • A Portrait
    • A SPRING FEELING
    • WASTED OPPORTUNITIES[6]
    • THE WEDDIN'
    • THE THOMPSON STREET POKER CLUB
      • Some Curious Points in the Noble Game Unfolded
    • Some Curious Points in the Noble Game Unfolded
    • THE BUMBLEBEAVER[7]
    • AFTER THE FUNERAL
    • CASEY AT THE BAT
    • THE MARTYRDOM OF MR. STEVENS[8]
    • THE WILD BOARDER[9]
    • DE GRADUAL COMMENCE
    • ABOU BEN BUTLER
    • LATTER-DAY WARNINGS
    • IT PAYS TO BE HAPPY[10]
    • JAMES AND REGINALD
    • BANTY TIM
      • REMARKS OF SERGEANT TILMON JOY TO THE WHITE MAN'S COMMITTEE OF SPUNKY POINT, ILLINOIS
    • REMARKS OF SERGEANT TILMON JOY TO THE WHITE MAN'S COMMITTEE OF SPUNKY POINT, ILLINOIS
    • EVENING
    • THE OLD SETTLER
      • His Reasons for Thinking there is Natural Gas in Deep Rock Gulley
    • His Reasons for Thinking there is Natural Gas in Deep Rock Gulley
    • VERRE DEFINITE
    • THE TALKING HORSE
    • THE OWL-CRITIC
    • THE MOSQUITO
    • "TIDDLE-IDDLE-IDDLE-IDDLE-BUM! BUM!"
    • MY FIRST CIGAR
    • SHONNY SCHWARTZ
    • A BULLY BOAT AND A BRAG CAPTAIN
      • A Story of Steamboat Life on the Mississippi
    • A Story of Steamboat Life on the Mississippi
    • WHEN THE ALLEGASH DRIVE GOES THROUGH
    • FOOTNOTES:
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