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Washington, George

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A Barnegat schoolma'am had been telling her pupils something about
George Washington, and finally she asked:

"Can any one now tell me which Washington was--a great general or a
great admiral?"

The small son of a fisherman raised his hand, and she signaled him to
speak.

"He was a great general," said the boy. "I seen a picture of him
crossing the Delaware, and no great admiral would put out from shore
standing up in a skiff."


A Scotsman visiting America stood gazing at a fine statue of George
Washington, when an American approached.

"That was a great and good man, Sandy," said the American; "a lie never
passed his lips."

"Weel," said the Scot, "I praysume he talked through his nose like the
rest of ye."





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