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people never sat in a church. “Haunt Or look at the boxes. “ Ultimate of harlots,” indeed! How dare you, resource of all the wanton, profligate, you nine-pin, to calumniate the citi- and vile!”. What do you mean, you zens, the citizens' wives, and the ci- miscreant? Why, that beautiful
young tizens' daughters of Modern Athens? bride is yet in her honey-moon, and “Nursery of Vice!". Why, you Flea, the angel on her right hand is to be erery countenance there is mantling married on Thursday to that handwith a harmless happiness, while some hussar, whose irresistibles you Murray, or Mackay, is diffusing yourself made, and they do you mirth over the smiling semicircle? infinite credit. A hundred, fair and “ Grand Focus of Iniquity!” Con- innocent as she, åre all shedding such found your impudence, you Louse, tears as angels weep for not a householder there who does not
“ The gentle lady married to the Moor," pay his taxes, please his wife, educate his children, and go to church twice so gently personified by the gentle every Sabbath. «
Temple of Satan !" Miss Jarman. Were Satan, you Dung, to dare to “Fling hini ower-fling him ower." shew his face on the critic row, Such is the cry of all the gods in the these two strapping students of di- gallery, and Snip plays spin at halfvinity would kick him into his na- price from heaven, and loses his life tive element. “ Within its circle all for sixpence. profaneness, impurity, gross impiety, Having now given an analysis of and crime !" You Bug, you must the ge,
a Poem, in Eight books, achave dined to-day on poisoned cab- companied with copious extracts, we bage, and the fumes have wrapt your
conclude our article with a hint to brain in delirium. But list! You Snip to keep to his cabbage. It is must keep a better tongue in your fortunate for him that we have haphead, else even your profession may pened to be in a good humour-but not save you from punishment; and the skipping of a flea gets teazingwith nice adaptation of instrument and if we catch him again, we shall to criminal, some cit will apply the certainly crack him, or bury him little toe of his left foot to your pos- alive in a pinch of snuff-and of all teriors, and make you jerk along deaths the most painful is that of Shakspeare square like a bit of In- Maccabaw. dian rubber,
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