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A REMARKABLY ugly and disagreeable man sat opposite Jerrold at a
dinner-party. Before the cloth was removed, Jerrold accidentally broke a
glass. Whereupon the ugly gentleman, thinking to twit his opposite
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never break a glass.--I wonder at that, was Jerrold's instant reply,
you ought whenever you look in one.





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