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A GENTLEMAN from Ireland, on entering a London tavern, saw a countryman
of his, a Tipperary squire, sitting over his pint of wine in the
coffee-room. My dear fellow, said he, what are you about? For the
honor of Tipperary, don't be after sitting over a pint of wine in a
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It's the seventh I have had, and every one in the room knows it.





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