Notes on Monkeys and How to Manage Them (Arthur Patterson, 1888)
CHAPTER VIII. —GENERAL MANAGEMENT
The abundance of glass a most fatal
mistake. Peggy. A dozen of my choosing.
The most stupid monkeys learn to. Uncle.
Cruelty too often adjunct. Chilling
the air beneath. Now a sharp frost making
all kinds of floral devices upon
the glass. Jacko. Tommy. By all means name
your monkey. Mike. Bully. Peter. Demon.
All pets should possess one. Barney. Little
cap, tunic, some breeches worn for your
amusement, not for his. Jimmy. Knips.
Recognize the voices of their owners.
Dulcimer. A few gentle admonitions.
Atmosphere outside felt suddenly within.
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