George Iii. On Punctuality
A Beggar's Wedding
A Gamekeeper's Daughter
A Child On Board
The Deaf And Dumb Mother
A Christmas Pudding Extraordinary
An Odd Grenadier
Marshal De Nevailles
Sir W. Scott
Pope The Poet
Johnson And Millar
War By Candle Light
300 Scudi (l62), With The Words, "for The Advocate ..
man--shut it up--shut it up! Go home and read my book, p
, and take one
of the pills there mentioned every night on going to bed." The lawyer
handed over the fee, and was about to leave the room, when Mr. A. thus
accosted him: "Why, look here;--this is but a shilling!" The barrister
sarcastically replied, "Aye, there 'tis--I see it--I'm satisfied. Quite
enough, man;--shut it up--shut it up!" and hastily decamped from the room.
A lady, who had received a severe bite in her arm from a dog, went to Mr.
Abernethy, but knowing his aversion to hearing any statement of
particulars, she merely uncovered the injured part, and held it before him
in silence. After looking at it an instant, he said in an inquiring tone,
"Scratch?" "Bite," replied the lady. "Cat?" asked the doctor. "Dog,"
rejoined the patient. So delighted was Mr. A. with the brevity and
promptness of her answers, that he exclaimed, "Zounds, madam! you are the
most sensible woman I ever met with in my life."
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Dey Of Algiers
The Marquess Del Campo
James The First
Estimate Of Greatness
A French Mayor
A Ragged Regiment
Lely And The Alderman
A Polite Mayor
Keep To The Point
Garrick And Rich
A Quarter Of An Hour
The Sailor And The Actress