O let us love our occupations, Bless the squire and his relations, Live upon our daily rations, And always know our proper stations.

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itemO let us love our occupations, Bless the squire and his relations, Live upon our daily rations, And always know our proper stations” is a quotation taken from The Chimes (Chapter 2, Second Quarter).

item The Chimes is a short story written by Charles Dickens and first published in the Christmas of 1844.

 

 

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