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set of dgs J h pd fm Mr. Bu' son the
ion of Mr. Monckton Milnes.
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With no mnng patrons for di, few employ him
ever, Be, in e, w on the vee of want. Grim pove
h throughout e s Mm the f, mughout Hfe he h mly lk back eyes. For Mm she h no om. He wod have n tual wt but for one d, hse t, h not overbmhened at that te th e of Fore; who
o g is havebut 1823 it w a stffi ugher
straggle tn 186 fl hard for h d family at on gel k-worK e Job been mwed om . Bu be sho such ght em ely prove em- ployera From Mr. LinneH done they w a mmiasiom He enged Bhke exu d entre a duplica set e e- ment, mcoed g in a bme way, b da 25th Mamh, 1823. It w such an one BlUe never set hand fom, nor d have obed y other quar. BlUe w
eive 100 for the dis d copght, pd m te
e; d other 100/. out of .the pmfi. No pmfi were d by the en, thek le hy coveg exams. But the desis d sck of en mm th the phr, Mr. Linnell subsequently paid oveh om te te, 50/. more, making a of 150/.,the t sm Be had ever mived for any one sefiea e , the mmader of e d plas, stffiDigitized by GOOdie