St Nicholas [serial] . ON THE LAKE. possible heaven. It is a trifle hard for them, but once to the lake. Come! Let us visit the athere are plenty of things they can do without and the Ramble. We cross a bridge over the la)paying for them—plenty of fun for poor children in and come to a path through shady woods. 877] YOUNG FOLKS FUN IN CENTRAL PARK. 709 Donkeys ! A whole row of them standing by end. A boy runs beside each donkey to look after e path. What queer fellows they are, with their the young rider, and thus we gayly amble along big ears and shaggy hair! Here is fun! Every under the tree

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St Nicholas [serial] . ON THE LAKE. possible heaven. It is a trifle hard for them, but once to the lake. Come! Let us visit the athere are plenty of things they can do without and the Ramble. We cross a bridge over the la)paying for them—plenty of fun for poor children in and come to a path through shady woods. 877] YOUNG FOLKS FUN IN CENTRAL PARK. 709 Donkeys ! A whole row of them standing by end. A boy runs beside each donkey to look after e path. What queer fellows they are, with their the young rider, and thus we gayly amble along big ears and shaggy hair! Here is fun! Every under the tree
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St Nicholas [serial] . ON THE LAKE. possible heaven. It is a trifle hard for them, but once to the lake. Come! Let us visit the athere are plenty of things they can do without and the Ramble. We cross a bridge over the la)paying for them—plenty of fun for poor children in and come to a path through shady woods. 877] YOUNG FOLKS FUN IN CENTRAL PARK. 709 Donkeys ! A whole row of them standing by end. A boy runs beside each donkey to look after e path. What queer fellows they are, with their the young rider, and thus we gayly amble along big ears and shaggy hair! Here is fun! Every under the trees, with baby and nurse to bring up one, save baby, must be mounted for a ride. The the rear of the procession. Look out ! We are donkeys are saddled and bridled, and a boy stands coming to a hill. The procession goes slowly down. RIDING DOWN THE STEPS. by each ready to assist the young rider to a seat. = :Kitty shall have the white donkey, and Jane theblack fellow. Get a good seat, and sit perfectlysteady. Why ! Master Charles, your too lengthyegs nearly touch the ground. You are making a s^ueer spectacle of yourself. There ! We are off n a stately procession, the girls in front and the Dx>ys next, and Master Charles in the rear, on iccount of his excessive legs, that threaten to trip lis donkey up and bring the ride to a melancholy a little slope, and then crosses a rustic bridge,where a tiny brook foams over the stones into thelake. There is also a view of the lake, and theboats and swans. Surely, now, we cant go up-stairs on donkeys ? The path leads to a shortflight of stone steps just where the bronze bust ofSchiller stands embowered in shrubbery. Ah !Here s another donkey party coming down. Per-haps if Master Donkey can come down-stairs, hemay be induced to go up. It will be easier for JIO YOUNG FOLKS

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