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a lumber room, a few quacks, a fundamental principle of

roper, that she did not hear Pomona’s pri-
“I can’t breathe if I do ; but I suppose rate readings.
that’s no matter,” I replied. On one occasion, even Euphemia’s influ
The reading continued . nce
could scarcely restrain me from violent · Ha,
ha!       1
teeth clicked on the rim of the tumbler.
“I can’t breathe! My heart       2       a lumber
room. — Ugh! I can’t breathe.
How do you manage to live here?”       3
a few quacks. / clutching at the heart;
she exclaimed, “I can’t breathe,”
But it is a fundamental principle of the Association that       4
I can’t breathe no more
I want to go up north to the 1000 Islands       5


  1. ex chaotic scan, Stanford copy of “The Girl at Rudder Grange,” Scribner’s Monthly 10:3 (July 1875): 285-296 (289)
    and further (different) chaos at Frank R. Stockton (1834-1902 *), Rudder Grange (A. B. Frost illustrations; London, John C. Nimmo; 1886) : 75
    “No; but she needn’t read aloud in that way.”
    “She can’t read any other way,” said Euphemia, drowsily...
  2. ex Anne Parrish (1888-1957 *), her A Pocketful of Poses Chapter 16 “The Ladies give their opinions) (1923) : 228
  3. ex Romain Rolland. Jean-Christophe in Paris, “The House.” Gilbert Canan, trans. (New York, 1911; this printing 1923) : 305
  4. OCR cross-column confusion, involving C. S. Bacon, M.D., Chicago on “The Influx of Foreign Physicians” and J. B. DeLee, M.D., Chicago, “Fatal Anaphylaxis Following Hemoplastin,” in The Journal of the American Medical Association 82:19 (May 10, 1924) : 1564
  5. ex “Hay Fever Blues,” (authored by “E. J. K.”) in The Railroad Telegrapher 41:8 (August 1924) : 824

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