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Impressions at a Recent Anti Meeting

One Male Speaker.A Chorus of Lady-Antis.

Speaker: I am cleverer than you.
Chorus: Very true, very true.
Speaker: I am braver, too, by far.
Chorus: So you are, so you are.
Speaker: I can use my mind a lot.
Chorus: We cannot, we cannot.
Speaker: Men adore your lack of mind.
Chorus: Oh, how kind; oh, how kind!
Speaker: You do very well without.
Chorus: Not a doubt, not a doubt.
Speaker: You have hardly any sense.
Chorus: What eloquence, what eloquence!
Speaker: Yet your moral sense is weaker.
Chorus: Isn't he a charming speaker!

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