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AN EXTRAORDINARY WALKING FEAT.

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AN EXTRAORDINARY WALKING FEAT. Madame EiVPD. a lady who has gained a great reputation by her successful performance of some remarkable pedestrian feats in various parts of the country, is performing a still more remarkable one at Faversham, Kent. She has undertaken to walk three miles every hour through the principal streets, both day and night for a week. The con- ditions under which she walks render it impos- sible, by fair means, for her to get more than three-quarters of an hour's rest at one time. Her walking is a splendid specimen of pedestrian skill, and her great physical powers are remarkable. She is followed on her journey by crowds of people. Her task was co-nmenced at midnight on Sunday, and the shortest time in which she has completed the three miles is 25 minutes. On Tuesday evening, when she had completed her 126th mile, she was walking in fine style. Her dress is a tunic and short skirt, and she carries a riding whip in her hand.

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