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THE MYSTERIOUS DEATHS AT MILE-END.

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The following story is going the round of Paris -.—A small German baron had occasion, as it seems, to see Baron Rothsehild, of Frankfort. The great financier was writing away for very life when Baron X. was announced. He did not even lift his eyes, but said,, Take a chair, sir." The baron, with t je German touchiness' about titles, said Sir, indeed! I think M. le Baron did not hear my name. I am a baron also—the Baron X." "Ah! a thousand pardons," said the banker, still writing: "you are a baron—take two chairs then, if you will be so kind, and wait till I have finished this letter."

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