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LANCASHIRE AND THE DEE FISHERIES.¡…

A LUNATIC'S HALLUCINATIONS.…

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SCOTTISH FUNERAL OBSEQUIES.—On the day of Lord Forglen's death, his physician called on him as usual. How does my lord do ?" inquired the doctor, as he entered the house. I houp he's weel," answered the man-servant, Jith a solemnity which told all was over. The doctor was then shewn into a room where two dozen of wine was laid under the table. Other persons came in, and the man-servant, making them all sit down, began to describe his aster's last moments, and at the same time G° Pnsh the bottle about briskly. After a glass r tw° the company rose to depart, but were detained by the man. Nae, gentlemen, nae Sae quick," he said—" it was the express wull deid that I should fill ye a' fu', and I he the wull o' the deid." And indeed the end the will of the dead, for before f!o e nd of it there was not one of them, as the c "able to bite his ainthoom."

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