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WHEN WILL YOU BE MY BRIDE?

CUPID'S GARDEN.

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TAKING HIM AT HIS WOKD. — The late Charles Matthews was always sprucely dressed and fond ofcarry- ing a handsome umbrella. Munden, an equally cele- brated comedian, was miserly in his habits. He was generally meanly dressed, and carried an old ectton parachute. After Munden had left the stage, Matthews met him one day in Covent Garden. "Ah, Munden," said Matthews, "I beg you'll let me have something of yours as a remembrancer." "Certainly, my boy," replied Joe Munden, "we'll exchange umbrellas.' JJatthews was so taken by storm, that Munden walked off with a new umbrella Boswell complained to Johnson that the noise of the company the day before bad made his head ache.—"No, Sir, it was not the noise th it made your head ache, it was the sense we put into it. Has sense that effect upon the head?"—" Yes, Sir, on heads not used to it."

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