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H.J. Rodgers Twenty-Three Years Under a Sky-Light, or Life and Experiences of a Photographer (Hartford: H.J. Rodgers, 1872), p.44.
à and here's cousin Martha's baby, you dear little cunning thing you. Martha would always, forever sing to it,
Doxery doodle-um, dinkle um dum,
Turn to its muzzery moozzery mum
Tizzery, izzery, boozzery! boo!
No baby so tweet and pitty as oo.
The lady who has so attentively entertained us in her parlor, says there are " no words in the next verse," however, I infer a good many have got the notes.