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  2. A Chapter on Duelling.

    "It has a strange quick jar upon the ear, That cocking of a pistol when you know A moment more will bring the sight to bear Upon your person, twelve yards off or so." ...

    Article : 6,563 words
  3. Miscellaneous Extracts.

    WAS THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON EVER WOUNDED?—In Rush's "Residence at the Court of London," the foll[?]wing anecdote is recorded: —"Until this occasion I was under an ...

    Article : 1,417 words
  4. Topsy-Turvy.

    Bill Sykes's home was a cadger's ken, With a sack for a pillow and shavings for sheets: He was never taught nothin' he don't know ...

    Article : 903 words
  5. The Fine Old English Cricketer.

    Let "Bell" declaim on HILLYER'S fame, and all the modern band, I'll try a little song about the good old underhand; ...

    Article : 352 words



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