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Fond Parent {perplexed): "A most excellent work of Art, no doubt, but for the life of me I can't see the likeness to my little Bill here."

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THE WRECKERS. Messrs. Guinness Rogers And Clifford: "Let's scuttle the ship; the children will be lost, of course, but we may annoy the parson."

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PARLIAMENTARY PUSH-BALL.

Interested Spectator (who has not yet declared himself): "Fire away, boys — fll back the winner."

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Chief Porter Balfour: "Very sorry, gentlemen; the luggage-van is full and the train is late: if your party insists on taking all this luggage we must pass it through in compartments."

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"Though I have taken no part during the last week in those discussions, I have been pretty constant in my attendance."—Sir H. CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN, 24/A Octoier, 1902.

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LAND AT LAST.

John Bull: "Cioing to the Cape, Joseph? Well, we've been a goodish bit at sea together lately in roughish weather, but you've never lost your sea-legs, and you're taking the right way to see land at last."

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THE TAMING OF GARDEN BIRDS Rev. Francis Irwin tfi

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THE SQUIRE'S WAGER II. B. Marriott-Watson 480

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THE KING AT HOME Ernest M. fessop 493

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THE LUCK OF BILLY TREGENZA Charles Marriott 505

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