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THE following dialogue was lately heard at an assize:--Counsel: What
was the height of the horse? Witness: Sixteen feet. Counsel: How old
was he? Witness: Six years. Counsel: How high did you say he was?
Witness: Sixteen hands. Counsel: You said just now sixteen feet.
Witness: Sixteen feet! Did I say sixteen feet? Counsel: You did.
Witness: If I did say sixteen feet, it was sixteen feet!--you don't
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