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t"""A GH OST STOUT. 1

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t" A GH OST STOUT. 1 Dr. Fowler, Bishop of Gloucester, In tnè early ^&rt of the eighteentli century, was ia believer in ap- i 3>aritions. The following conversatpn of the bishop Viiii Jli,ige is recor(le,]: "Since I saw you," said tlie lawyer, "I have had ocular dumuusiration of the existence of noc- luttial apparitions." ell am 1.:11141 you are becdhie a convert to truth; ^mt do you cay acttlal ocular demonstration? Let Siieknow tlie particulars of the story." Aly lord, I will. It was-let me see-last Thursday night, between the hours of eleven and twelve, hut nearer the latter than the former, as I lay sleeping in n:y bed, I was suddenly awakened by ttttunconnnon noise, and heard something COlli- ing upstairs and stalking directly towards my room; the door Hying open I drew back my curtain, and taw a faint glimmering light enter my chamber." "Of a lilne colour no doubt?" "The light was of a pale blue, my lord, and fol. lowed by a tall meagre personage, his locks hoary Willi age, and clothed in a long loose gown, a lea- thern girdle was about his loins, his beard thick and grizzly, a large fur tap on his heal, and a long Staff in his hand. Struck with astonishment, I re- mained for some time motionless and silent the figure advanced, staring me full in the face I tlMtu said, Whence, and what art thou ?" Wliat was the aiiswer-teil me—what was the answer ?" "The following was the answer I received: «I ten watchman of the night, all't pleve your honour, and made bolll to come upstairs to inform the tastily of their street-door being open, and that if it was not s< on shut, they would probably bj roubed ixifuro morning. I

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