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A YOUNG chaplain had preached a sermon of great length. Sir, said Lord
Mulgrave, bowing to him, there were some things in your sermon of
to-day I never heard before.--O, my lord! said the flattered
chaplain, it is a common text, and I could not have hoped to have said
anything new on the subject.--I heard the clock strike twice, said
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