Arthur Hamilton, and His Dog

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"One pleasant October evening, Arthur Hamilton was at play in front of the small, brown cottage in which he lived. He and his brother James, were having a great frolic with a large spotted dog, who was performing a great variety of antics, such as only well-educated dogs understand. But Rover had been carefully initiated into the mysteries of making a bow while standing on his hind legs, tossing pieces of bread off his nose, putting up his fore-paws with a most imploring look, and piteous whine, which the boys called "begging for money, " and when a chip had been given him, he uttered a most energetic bowwow- wow, which they regarded as equivalent to "thank you, sir, " and walked off. "
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