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A GENTLEMAN waited upon Jerrold one morning to enlist his sympathies in
behalf of a mutual friend, who was constantly in want of a round sum of
money.

Well, said Jerrold, who had contributed on former occasions, how much
does ---- want this time?

Why, just a four and two noughts will, I think, put him straight, the
bearer of the hat replied.

Jerrold.--Well, put me down for one of the noughts this time.





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