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THE house of Mr. Dundas, late President of the Court of Session in
Scotland, having after his death been converted into a blacksmith's
shop, a gentleman wrote upon its door the following impromptu:--

The house a lawyer once enjoy'd,
Now to a smith doth pass;
How naturally the iron age
Succeeds the age of brass!





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