Computation





AN Irish counsellor having lost his cause, which had been tried before

three judges, one of whom was esteemed a very able lawyer, and the other

two but indifferent, some of the other barristers were very merry on the

occasion. Well, now, says he, I have lost. But who could help it,

when there were an hundred judges on the bench?--one and two

ciphers.





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