They sawed off his arms and his legs,...

They sawed off his arms and his legs,They took out his jugular vein;They put fancy frills on his lungs,And they deftly extracted his brain.'Twas a triumph of surgical skillSuch as never was heard of till then;'Twas the subject of lectures beforeConventions of medical men.The news of this wonderful thingWas heralded far and wide;But as for the patient, there's nothing to say,Except, of course, that he died.Cleveland Leader.

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