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Ingenious Reply Of A Soldier

Jests Home




A SOLDIER in the army of the Duke of Marlborough took the name of that
general, who reprimanded him for it. How am I to blame, general? said
the soldier. I have the choice of names; if I had known one more
illustrious than yours, I should have taken it.





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