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Stories of the In his interesting book, "Stories of the Bench and Bar," Mr. Arthur H. Engelbach tells a story of Sir George Jessel, Master of tha Rolls, who was one day having a point prossed upon him by a barrister named Oswald, who cited words in support5 of his point from a reported judgment of the Master of the Rolls. Mr. Oswald," interposed Jessel, I could not have been such a fool as to have said that." "Oll, yes, my Lord," re- torted Oswald, you were, my Lord, vou were." Another story of bright repartee has been attributed to the same counsel, Oswald. A Judge who was himself not ever refined eaid to him one day, "I may teach you law, Mr. Oswald, but I cannot teach you man- ners." No, my Lord," was the quick r-e- joinder, "I knew you cau't." The school-children had learnt Eugene Field's poem, Wynkin, Blinkin, and Nod," and one afternoon, for the entertainment of some visitors, the teacher had them repeat it. Thinking to display how well the children comprehended -the meaning of the poem, she began to ask questions about it. "And what were the two little eyes and the little head doing in their little boat that was a trundle- be,i? she said. No hand came up. "What happens when we go to sleep? she went on. Still no sign. ''Why, children, can't any of you think what you do when you are sleep- ing?" Up came the hand of a tiny brown- eyed maiden. W ell, Dorothy, you tell us." In the sweetest lisp came the answer — "I tlinore." «

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