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DAME DUCK'S LECTURE.


"Yes," said the little ones, and then

 She went on to explain:

"A well-bred duck turns in its toes

 As I do—try again."


"Yes," said the ducklings, waddling on:

 "That's better," said their mother;

"But well-bred ducks walk in a row.

 Straight—one behind another."


"Yes," said the little ducks again,

 All waddling in a row:

"Now to the pond," said old Dame Duck—

 Splash, splash, and in they go.


"Let me swim first," said old Dame Duck,

 "To this side, now to that;

There, snap at those great brown-winged flies,

 They make young ducklings fat.