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Ramage de la Ville, 90. 10.
Salamandrine, 100. 29.
Steenkirk, battle of, 106. 15.
Substantial forms, 30. 18.
Tacker, 80. 10.
Teem, to, 22. 6.
Thirteen at table, 16. 36.
Toasts, 129. 34.
Tory, 28. 12.
Unities, the, 117. 3.
Valetudinarian, 12. 16.
Virtuoso, 94. 9.
Wainscot, 83. 15.
Yoke-fellow, 15. 30.
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