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Which sentence uses humor in this excerpt from Charles Farrar Browne's "Interview with President Lincoln"? "Mr. Linkin, who do you spect I air?" sed I. "A orfice-seeker, to be sure," sed he. "Wall, sir," sed I, "you's never more mistaken in your life You hain't gut a orfiss I'd take under no circumstances Repose in Abraham's Buzzum!" sed one of the orfice seekers

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FlorineCrayton

The sentence that uses humor in this excerpt from Charles Farrar Browne's "Interview with President Lincoln is ""Wall, sir," sed I, "you's never more mistaken in your life." After researching, that line has a continuation. Here's the continuation. "You hain't gut a orfiss I'd take under no circumstances. I'm A. Ward. Wax figgers is my perfeshun. I'm the father of Twins, and they look like me--BOTH OF THEM. I *** to pay a friendly visit to the President eleck of the United States. If so be you wants to see me, say so,--if not, say so I'm orf like a jug handle." "

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