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Everybody has been abusing him for thousands of years. Poor Burns, indeed, took his part, and insisted upon it that he was a very good fellow after all. But generally he is not admitted into good society — at least not openly. He is not presentable at the President's levee, though there are indications that he gets in occasionally by the back way. How in the world, then, he should get among the clergy is a marvel. Why he should seek such society is a still greater.-- One would think St. Dunstan, when he took him by the nose with a pair of red hot tongs, and Luther, when he threw his ink bottle at his head, had given him hints strong enough that his company was not acceptable. But we suppose the old gentleman has become tired with roaming up and down the earth, which he has been at ever since he and Job came in contact several thousand years ago.-- Honest Trinculo tells us that "misery acquaints a man with strange bedfellows." Sowe presume does weariness, which we take to be first