Edward Lear's Nonsense Books

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■     There was an old person of Brigg,
■     There was an old person of Brill,
■     There was an old person of Bromley,
■     There was an old person of Bude,
■     There was an old person of Cannes,
■     There was an old person of Cassel,
■     There was an old person of China,
■     There was an old person of Crowle,
■     There was an old person of Deal,
■     There was an old person of Dean
■     There was an old person of Down,
■     There was an old person of Dundalk,
■     There was an old person of Ealing,
■     There was an old person of Fife,
■     There was an old person of Filey,
■     There was an old person of Florence,
■     There was an old person of Grange,
■     There was an old person of Hove,
■     There was an old person of Hyde,
■     There was an old person of Ickley,
■     There was an old person of Jodd,
■     There was an old person of Loo,
■     There was an old person of Minety,
■     There was an old person of Newry,
■     There was an old person of Nice,
■     There was an old person of Pett,
■     There was an old person of Pinner,
■     There was an old person of Pisa,
■     There was an old person of Putney,
■     There was an old person of Rimini,
■     There was an old person of Rye,
■     There was an old person of Sark,
■     There was an old person of Sestri,
■     There was an old person of Sheen,
■     There was an old person of Shields,
■     There was an old person of Shoreham,
■     There was an old person of Skye,
■     There was an old person of Slough,
■     There was an old person of Stroud,
■     There was an old person of Ware,
■     There was an old person of Wick,
■     There was an old person of Wilts,
■     There was an old person of Woking,
■     They went to sea in a sieve, they did;
■     The Tumultuous Tom-tommy Tortoise,
■     Two old Bachelors were living in one house;
■     U said, "An Urn, with water hot
■     U was a silver urn,
■     U was an upper-coat,
■     U was an urn