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A SEQUEL TO
AUTHOR OF " SAYINGS AND DOINGS."
IN THKEE VOLUMES.
GREAT MARLBOROUGH STREET.
"I Had no idea," said Wells, when Daly was out of hearing, " that our entertaining mimic was your redoubtable friend, of whom you have so often spoken: if I had—and I wonder almost that you had not told me—I don't think I should have asked him here."
"My motive," said I, "for not saying anything about him was my desire not to betray him under his disguise; but most certainly I did not expect to find him your guest."
"The deuce you did not!" said Wells. "Then
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