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Page 196 - and other extraneous persons, entirely unconcerned in this adventure of his, to steal from him his small winnings, for a space of sixty years at the shortest. After sixty years, unless your honourable House provide otherwise, they may begin to steal. ' And your petitioner will ever pray. •THOMAS CAKLYLE.