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REFORM ZAT OLYMPUS.
Chapter DUTIES III.— In ANiD ^hich PLEAS...
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REFORM ZAT OLYMPUS .
Chapter Duties Iii.— In Anid ^Hich Pleas...
Chapter DUTIES III . — In ANiD ^ hich PLEASURES . the Mortals OF OMNIPOTENCE enter on , the j All It was the a week Gddsf after affd trie Goddesses events narrated fcad taken in our their last chapter leave . of I Ol The ympus Heaven . and Earth Reform Association ( Limited ) had taken pqssessibn 1 - ori be i ha ! f of the world of mortals .
They Thev tried tried to to per Dersuiade & iade some some of of the the Immortals Immortals to to stay stay and and keep were them inexorable company . As , ' " for least Venus , for she a Jittle declared ; but that in vain she . would They rather deluged go with ancl spetid clumsy a comp year liments with , the from Furies that , than vulgar stay brute to be , Pri " The ins . Provisional Committee for Governing Heaven and Earth was constituted at once , and met to transact business ,
for for the the first first time time , , on on the the day day on on which which our our present present chapter chapter opens It was . constituted as follows : — Weather President ( Departmen late Jove ) t . ( late . Marcus Antonius $ Mith , War Apollo Department ) . ( late . Mars wmmf . ) . Cato Pluvius Brown Johnson . .
Marine W W i" m ^ " ^ r ^^ m ^ -m ^ r ^ w- ^ m *^ Department m ^ ^ ^ m ^ m ^ ^^ r m ^ ' ^ m , ^¦ mr m ^ w * ^ ^^ m ^ m w ^» ( ^^ late ~^ - ¦ " *^** m - ^ > ^ ' — ^— ^^ m ^ mW ^^^^^ ^^ ^ ^^^ " w m ^ ~ ^ Medical NEPTtJNE Department ) ... ( late CURTWS COX . Education ^ Esculapius Department ) . . ( late . Decimus Brutus Potts . Post Minerva -Office ( ) late , Mercury . . ) . . Mr Septimus . Publius Severu Pryor s Priggins .
, Woman ( late Juno ' s Rights ) . Department . . . Monacus Mill . Agricultural Ceres ) Department .. ( . late . Virginius Dibbs . Public House andt Licensed Victuallers ( late Bacchus * ) Dep . artment . . Tullius Wiggins ,
the The abdication first thing of to Jupiter do was . to read the petitions presented since some This ten was thousand a formidable million task that . had We reached select the Ol following from from the agitated members of the World of Mortals : — ympus ( 1 ) A Petition for no more rain . ( From lost lost his his a man umbrella umbrella who .. had );
( 2 ) „ for no more sun . ( From a gentleman in-( 3 ) „ for lots of snow . ( From terested two in turni hundred ps . ) and fifty-six school-( 4 ) „ for ripe peaches all ( From boys . four ) fruiterers of be the given year round only , to to Covent Garden . ) the ^ mr ^ m m ^ ^ mir petitioners M ma ^ maw ^ ar — ^*~ ^ v ^ ma * ^ w ^ aaw atrw v ^ p . w
( 5 ) „ demanding sand a ten and thou a - ( From 34 , 789 married , 326 , 423 ( 6 ) „ begg house ing in the year town gift . of ( Fro young coup m les 396 . ) , 423 , 210 , 002 light . hair and blue dark ladies -haired with brown young eyes eyes . ) ( 7 ) „ entreating vour of black the hair fa- ( From light-haired 423 , 396 , 212 young , 001 and brown eyes . ladies with blue eyes . ;
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( 8 ) A Petition demanding a double- ( From 2 boys aged 12 barrelled ( complete ) . gun and 10 respectively . ) ( 9 ) „ requesting the ap- ( From 5 , , 006 ex-popo side intment nt of the of Pro Pre - - ^ liticians . ) visional
Com-( 10 ) „ fo mitt r a ee new , digestive ( From . 3 6 , 802 epicures . ) apparatus , ( convp d urable e , ) warranted . ( 11 ) „ for bishop leave amatmam s to of burn six ( From ministers 103 . ) dissenting
r ^ am * ^ mm rist , ^ aw \\^ i ^^ a n ^^^ Ch *^ u any qMV rch ^ w ^^^^^^ b ^ b ma * a , maaw ^ r ^ ama- ^ B ^^ r mr M ( which not ) . particular ( ( 13 12 ) ) „ „ for for disse leave free nters permission to , burn all ( ( From From dox Christians 10 927 , 836 , 084 , 048 virgins . ) ortho- , to kiss the Prince chieflof Clap hv ham
of ^^ ^ ama- Wales ^^ vm ^ b mmaw ^ aaar m ^ warn . ~^^ f ^^ k mtai aw ^^ mmw ^^^ ^^ mW and ^ m ** ^ b ^^ h > - ^^^ r Mm w Islington ^ y ~ m ^ aam- ^ H *^^^ p ¦• . ) ^ aw-ma * m ^ m ^ mr ^ mr ^ T w m ^ t *^ ( 14 ) „ for seei the ngher privilege Majesty of ( From householders 39 6 , 423 , 348 , 021 of Q her ueen dinner Victoria . eat Great Britain . ) ( 15 ) „ aski iin n ng the the for Bank Bank the gold of of ( From srlars lars .. 35 retired burg
( 16 ) „ for Eng a land clear , con- ( From 25 ex- ? Cabinet warranted science ( fast colours ) . ministers . ) ( 17 ) „ for and Dr . liver Ellis , ' s on heart a ( Fro of m St . the Pancras Guardians . ) silver waiter mmawmWM mf . ^ mar maa ^— w" ^ maw ma . m a > ^ aw ^ aamam ^ r ^
( 18 ) „ for the leave world to . blow up ( From Dr . Cumming . ) ( 19 ) „ for perpetual exemp- ( From 5 6 French dration translated from being or m ' atists . ) ( 20 ) „ for adapted the sole . manage- ( From the Editor of ment Thunder of and the the Dail y Telegraph . )
ment Lightning departthat The individual above is a advancement very fair selection was more ; from which ht after it will than be seen the general welfare . soug been rmmw - * m if s ~ m " * mm ^ rt * Dear ^ mm m ^ read ^ « vv ^ vf , ¦ — me " I ! " Sir af-wish M * w m said ^ ^ v ^ « v ¦ all . ii the ^ the ^«*^ « ^^ President petitions mmmw -m * ^^ mm vmm a ± ^^ ^^ ******* , were V after » at M ^^^ ^ mW in 4 «« the ¦ ' m ¦ ¦* petitions * had
nipotent Take . ^ care , , " remarked Pryor ; " remember you are om" " Then So I am you ; 'll then be deposed I shall . stop " all petitions for the future . " I the " I should almighty like President to see them ?" do it—depose me , indeed f Arn ' t < " 4 But Don you t call forget me , Smith Smith J " "
himself Priggins . —for it was that distinguished mortal- ^ -corrected Sovereign " I mean Peop , Mr le . —— President •" . I was going to observe that the " " I D ~~ rise n the to order Sovereign , " said Peop the le majestic 1 ' * roared Potts the . infuriated President . There " I order you little to sit down , " said the President .
" I don was ' t want a to lose laugh my — temp the President er j but I took ask you advantage , my honour of it - . able and he colleagues pointed , to whether the mass this of sort petitions of thing that is lay to be piled endured on the ?" floor of the house . served " But and we he must tried do to something look , wise Mr . . President , " Wiggins ob" Perhaps , the right honourable very gentleman will tell what
X CXJlctpa lilG A 4 gJZL ilKJUKfUKtUlG gCUUCIltdll WIH VC 11 us US WtlUl that inconwenient 0 Well * something , " said thing Pryor » is . , ' * the , " it sun has rising always and struck setting me at as such it was different a very times sunset . . I Suppose like my as servants the right to honourable get up at sunrise gentleman , and go in the to bed cha at ir
Tomahawk (1867-1870), Dec. 4, 1869, page 261, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/t/issues/ttw_04121869/page/11/