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The Fellowship of Scoundrels.

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The Fellowship of Scoundrels. Familiar discourse between two scoundrels is never long, because whatever there is manly (human) in their nature takes fright very quickly .t the infernal qualities. When two evil souls lay bare to one another their unchasity, their hideous- ness produces a sensation of mutual disgust. Crime causes horror even to crime; and two wicked men conversing, with all the cynicism of a tete-a- tete, on their passions, their interests, are but a horrible mirror to each other. Their own baseness humilates them as reflected in another, their own pride confounds them or their own insignificance terrifies them; they cannot flee from themselves, cannot disavow themselves in their kindred spirit, since each odious similarity, each monstrous coin- cidence, each grotesque comparison, finds in them- selves a ceaseless voice which denounces their shame in their ear ceaselessly, weary with the grace- less refrain. However secret the interview may be, it is bound to have two intolerable witnesses- God, whom they see not, and Conscience, which -they feel. VICTOR HUGO.

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PENLLWYN.

Llanfihangel y Creuddyn Upper.

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