Little Masterpieces of American Wit and Humor Vol 2 cover

Little Masterpieces of American Wit and Humor Vol 2


1. A Bully Boat and a Brag Captain by Sol Smith
2. The Dog and the Bees by Ambrose Bierce
3. Dislikes by Oliver Wendell Holmes
4. Illustrated Newspapers by G.H.Derby
5. Susan Simpson - author unknown
6. Miss Malony on the Chinese Question by Mary Mapes Dodge
7. The Cross-eyed Woman by Bill Nye
8. The Courtin' by James Russell Lowell
9. The Coquette - a Portrait by John Godfrey Saxe
10. Colonel Mulberry Sellers by Mark Twain
11. Incidents in a Retired Life from Up the River by Frederick William Shelton
12. Melons by Bret Harte
13. A Letter from Mr. Ezekiel Bigelow by James Russell Lowell
14. Ballad by Charles Godfrey Leland
15. Tushmaker's Toothpuller by G.H. Derby
16. The Society Upon the Stanislaus by Bret Harte
17. The V-A-S-E by James Jeffrey Roche
18. Pomona's Novel by Frank R. Stockton
19. Fred Trover's Little Ironclad by John Townsend Trowbridge
20. A Boston Lullaby - author unknown
21. The Artless Prattle of Childhood by Robert Jones Burdette
22. The House That Jack Built - author unknown
23. St. Peter at the Gate - author unknown
24. The Thompson Street Poker Club by Henry Guy Carleton
25. The Fox and the Crow by George T. Lanigan
26. Behold The Deeds by Henry Cuyler Bunner
27. An Insurance Agent's Story - author unknown
28. A Rhyme for Priscilla by Frank Dempster Sherman
29. An Epitaph - author unknown
30. A Rivermouth Romance by Thomas Bailey Aldrich
31. The Bohemians of Boston by Gelett Burgess
32. The Composite Ghost by Marion Couthouy Smith
33. Some Messages Received by Teachers in Brooklyn Public Schools by various parents
34. The Trout's Appeal - author unknown
35. A Fatal Thirst by Bill Nye
36. Peck's Bad Boy by George W. Peck

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Volume 2 of a ten volume collection of amusing tales, observations and anecdotes by America's greatest wordsmiths. This work includes selections by such household favorites as Ambrose Bierce, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Mark Twain and Bret Harte.