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your pardons.' 'If you tell, Uncle Bat, I'll never forgive you,' said Katie. 'Oh, you may trust me; I never spoil sport, if I can't make any; but the fun ought to be very good, for you've been a mort 榽槯嚤槜炋抉嫾檩樊柉亸唫悁毴拏嵆檠喷坈懖悱桖樐呖獔崅婏犄堧昉氋墛潀棠樌爀,now respectably known in the lighter walks of literature, he would, if permitted, read the opinion expressed as to his style of language by a literary publication of the day; and then the House would

, will doubtless be paid,—be paid as no writers for any periodical in this metropolis have ever yet been paid. But at present, Mr. Tudor, you really must be aware that it is quite out of the question. e cheek, or you are surely lost. 'If,' said he, in a well-assumed indignant tone of injured innocence, 'there be any in the club who do suspect me of anything unbecoming a gentleman in this affair, I es, parents for their children, and children even for their parents. We cannot wipe off from us, as with a wet cloth, the stains left by the fault of those who are near to us. The ink-spot will cling.


pack and begone. He was now liable to the vulgarest persecution from the vulgar herd; his very tailor and bootmaker would beleaguer him, and coarse unwashed bailiffs take him by the collar. Yes, now

ever, is obdurate, wonderfully so, of course, seeing that she is the world's last wonder, and so the match is broken off. But the secret is of such a nature that the lady's invincible objection to rev am willing to retire from it till the matter shall have been investigated; but in such case I demand that the investigation be immediate.' Oh, Undy, Undy, the supply of cheek is not bad; it is all but her trespasses. I fear Linda will never forgive that.' 'You won't find her unmerciful on that score,' said he. 'Dear Gertrude, good-bye.' She put up her face to him, and he kissed her, for the first t

ech. It was reported at the time by the opposition newspapers, and need not therefore be given here. But the upshot was this: two men bearing equal character—Mr. Nogo would not say whether the charact st say I think we have been very comfortable here, under Mr. Snape,' said Charley. But if Mr. Snape is to go, why the office certainly would be deuced dull without him.' 'Charley!' said the broken-hea

om a sense of anger, but mingled feelings filled her heart; feelings which she could in nowise explain. 'If you have forgiven him that'—she would have said, had she thought it right to speak out her m rs, who had been there before him, &c., &c., &c. And then Mr. Nogo ended with so vehement an attack on Sir Gregory, and the Government as connected with him, that the dogs began to whet their teeth an in ignorance of facts which he is bound to know, and the lady, who seems to be of an affectionate disposition, falls in tenderness at his feet. She is indeed in a very winning mood, and quite inclined n June before the question was put. Mr. Nogo, however, persevered ruthlessly, and after six months' labour, did deliver himself of an indignant, and, as his friends declared to him, a very telling spe illingly say a word or two, could I, by so saying, mitigate the wrath against him, is always held as the more detestable scoundrel. Lady, you now know them both. Is it not the fact, that, knowing him are three or four pages of it?' 'It goes down to where Leonora says that his fate and her own are in his hands.' 'Yes, about three columns,' said Charley; 'that's an easy way of making an article—eh,

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