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- What’s working all day and sleeps in its bosom at night? A Fire [?] 2 Four down hangers four stiff standers two looks two crooks and a swing- A cow. 3 I have a mane with an iron throat as fast as she gallops she swallows the rope- A spinning wheel. 4 A barn full, a spoon [x] byre full, you wouldn’t get a spoon full. Smoke. 5 An iron ram with a woolen tail- A darning needle.6 How many grains of meal would make a square foot of poredge? One, if it was big enough. 7 What make a hen peck the pot ?
to [x] Because she has no tongue to lick it. 89 What’s cut in the wood and sounds in the town and earns it’s master many a pound? A Fiddle10 Why do we go to bed? Because the bed won’t come to us. 11 I have an old cow with her back to the wall.(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.