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HARRY WOODWARD, walking with a friend, met a most miserable object, who
earnestly solicited their charity. On Woodward giving a few pence, his
friend said, I believe that fellow is an impostor.--He is either the
most distressed man, or the best actor, I ever saw in my life, replied
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