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"These gentlemen, my tenants, cannot stand it any longer; Mr. B--" pointing to the lawyer, "has turned him out of his room, and he now persists in haunting the building generally, sitting upon the banisters of the stairs by day, and sleeping in the entry by night.
Upon my word, I may well be reckless, for there is no forgiveness for such as you and I. As for little B----, as I think I told you, I will lead him on and marry him: at any rate, I will make his fortune for him: I must devote myself to something, and ambition is more absorbing than anything else--at least, I shall rise to something great.
An old lady in Bangor, Maine, sends the following entertaining anecdote of one of our most distinguished fellow-citizens:-- The late Senator R-----, who, by the way, was a very portly man, was in the habit of riding over the fields to consult Judge B-----, his wife's cousin, on points of extra-judicial import.
I bathed in the Caspian once last summer," said Mr. B------, despairingly, "and did not get the smell out of my skin for a week, during which time my friends forbade me their houses!
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