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IT was customary in some parish churches for the men to be placed on one
side, and the women on the other. A clergyman, in the midst of his
sermon, found himself interrupted by the talking of some of the
congregation, of which he was obliged to take notice. A woman
immediately rose, and wishing to clear her own sex from the aspersion,
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