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ORIGINAL CHARADES. « t No. VIII- o On Highgate's classic land, Sir Pumpkin Bullion there had plann'd A Ferme ornee One day A very sad.disaster Had well nigh happened to its master- Sans hat and wig the Knight was seen to run- To those who saw, it may be fun, To him it was no cause of laughter For, lo my long horned firtt in wroth was running after. But fear, 'tis said, eives^wingsi Tis clear Sir Pumpkin gained strength bounds and springs From fear; For at one leap-we saw He cleared the broad Ha! ha But though escaped, the Knight for help still holloaed My second best explains what dire sensation followed. In memory of that, haweful sight, (The word was thus accented by the Knight,) Sir Pumpkin for his crest Assumed -or stole- The beast that caused him such affright; Its attitude, exprest By that heraldic term, which foims my whole. Solution of Charade of last week-RAIL-BOAD.

TO J. B. S.

THE ATTORNEY TO HIS MISTRESS.

FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER.

ACCIDENT TO LORD SYDENHAM.

131 PERI A IJ PARLIAMENT.

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