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THE SABBATH PUZZLE.





(Unclassified Problems.)
I have come across the following little poser in an old book. I wonder
how many readers will see the author's intended solution to the riddle.
Christians the week's _first_ day for Sabbath hold;
The Jews the _seventh_, as they did of old;
The Turks the _sixth_, as we have oft been told.
How can these three, in the same place and day,
Have each his own true Sabbath? tell, I pray.


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