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» ■■ On Saturday a boy named Poynder, living in Vauxhall-walk, fell from a barge while witnessing a rowing match on the Thames and was drowned. Yankee Diablerie.-It is said that a Yankee tin pedlar, who had frequently cheated most of the people the vicinity of a New England village through he was passing, was induced by some of the beea °NISS ^°J°*N them in a drinking bout. He finally stone drunk; and in that condition these wags -.HIM to a dark rocky cave near the village, vT O'A STVFS*NG themselves in raw-head-and-bloody- awaited his return to consciousness. As H9 ° FUSING himself, they lighted some huge torches, ALSO SET fire to some bandies of straw, AND THREE ROLLS of brimstone, which they had placed IN 8"T parts of the cavern. The pedlar rubbed W1- j > AND seeing and smelling all these evidences P* concluded he had died, and was BOW P. J^ING of his final doom. But he took it very Phioally, for he complacently re- marked to ^hiESselihell—jast as I expected!" A story is told ot A COO^OLDXSEA captain, with a virago of a wife, who ON these artificial devils in a lonely place. As OBSTRUCTED his path, the old fellow remarked: 1* you are not the devil, get out! If you are, come aloJlg with me and get supper. JI married jojit .• ■"Wnitm's JfAsiory of j j Humbug. I >

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