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A DYING miser sent for his solicitor, and said, Now begin, and I will
dictate particulars.--I give and I bequeath, commenced the man of
law. No, no, interrupted the testator; I do nothing of the kind; I
will never give or bequeath anything: I cannot do it.--Well, then,
suggested the attorney, after some consideration, suppose you say, 'I
lend, until the last day?'--Yes, yes, that will do, eagerly
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