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LORD WILLIAM POULAT was said to be the author of a pamphlet called The
Snake in the Grass. A gentleman abused in it sent him a challenge. Lord
William protested his innocence, but the gentleman insisted upon a
denial under his own hand. Lord William took a pen and began: This is
to scratify that the buk called 'The Snak'--Oh! my Lord, said the
person, I am satisfied; your Lordship has already convinced me you did
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