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93 <br> finger under <u> n </u> & her left little <br> finger under <u> f,</u>and lifts the <br> whole off <u> M's </u>hands. <u> N </u>, on <br> carefully separating her hands, <br> finds A again, but instead of <br> the <s> T </s> middle fingers at <u> a </u>&<u> b </u>, <br> the little fingers replace them. This <br> is because it is easier to take<br>
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93 <br> finger under <u> n </u> & her left little <br> finger under <u> f,</u>and lifts the <br> whole off <u> M's </u>hands. <u> N </u>, on <br> carefully separating her hands, <br> finds A again, but instead of <br> the <s> T </s> middle fingers at <u> a </u>&<u> b </u>, <br> the little fingers replace them. This <br> is because it is easier to take<br>off C by using the little fingers-<br><u> N. </u><i>^<s>[?]</s></i> can please herself whether <br> she <s> now </s> substitutes her middle <br> for her little fingers. M now takes <br> off & gets <u> B </u>; [underline crossed out]<u> N </u> then takes off<br>& gets <u>c </u><i>^in </i>; <u> M </u> takes off and gets A, <br> and now each has held & taken<br> off every figure. The game is <br> varied by repeating the process <br> upside down <br> About the year 1870 the writer,<br>then a child, heard one servant <br> say of another that the latter <br> knew several other figures, but

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93
finger under n & her left little
finger under f,and lifts the
whole off M's hands. N , on
carefully separating her hands,
finds A again, but instead of
the T middle fingers at a & b ,
the little fingers replace them. This
is because it is easier to take
off C by using the little fingers-
N. ^[?] can please herself whether
she now substitutes her middle
for her little fingers. M now takes
off & gets B ; [underline crossed out] N then takes off
& gets c ^in ; M takes off and gets A,
and now each has held & taken
off every figure. The game is
varied by repeating the process
upside down
About the year 1870 the writer,
then a child, heard one servant
say of another that the latter
knew several other figures, but