Tu-lips

 

TU-LIPS.

An editor says: “A fair young friend of ours recently invited us to imbibe the fragrance of her tu-lips; we did so, with great function, whereupon she boxed our ears, and affected to say she had allusion to a paltry flower of that name. Alas, alas!” (he thereupon moralises) “there is no truth in woman.”

Southport American (Southport, Wisconsin) Jul 11, 1849

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