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The caution or some people in givmg an answer to a direct question was well illustrated the other day, when a young- fellow,who e family were not notsd for very active habits, was asked: I hear that your father's death was very sudden ?" Slowly drawing one hand from his pocket, the interrogated one cautiously replied: "Ay, it was ■nco' sudden for him. I ne'er knew o' my feyther bein' in a hurry before." At a play in a little provincial town the other evening a soldier, arriving late, found all the cheaper seats occupied. Seeing, however, a few of the more expensive places vacant, he made towards them. "Here, where are you foing?" called an attendant after him. "Wherf 1m I going ?" replied the Tommv, cheerfully. 1 Where every good soldier shoufd go—to tht front, of course." And he went, amid the laughter of the audience, for the attendant felt too staggered to prevent him. The Laird of Waterton, in Aberdeenshire, oncf sent a sbeep-stealer to gaol, in the days wher. sheep-stealing was a capital offence. Visiting the prisoner the night before the trial, the laird asked what he meant to do, and the prisoner replied that lie intended to confess, and pray for mercy. "Confess!" exclaimed Waterton. "What, man—will ye confess and be hanged ? Na, nt —deny it to my fact! He did so, and was acquitted. A lady had employed an old tramp to roll hei lawn, and told the servant to give him his dinner. The dinner consisted of roast, and the big platefiV di3appeared so rapidly that the servant asked, half in wonder and half in sarcasm: "Shall ) cut some more?" "Aye, aye," was the cool reply; "go on till I tell ye to stop." After dinner the servant suggested that he should pull weeds, but he refused. "No, no," said he: "I flassen't stoop after »osh » meal. !'In tiled Vself for rolling I"

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