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Mars unusually rampant, have we not always Momus with us, and reason to bless the sensitive divinities that banished him from Olympus?
What an intolerable world this would be, if all the fools were out of it!
But we need not fear for the succession, while the sunny sections of this confederacy continue to produce such a crop of choice ones, born to the motley.
The last and finest fool who has wandered here, is an ancient gentlemen from New Orleans — a certain General Palfrey--who left Massachusetts half a century ago, and who came to Boston to celebrate the last Fourth of July.
Had he but made his festive and anniversary visit sooner, he might have eaten dinner at the Revere House with the Hon. Benjamin F. Hallet, and filled himself at that peripatetic and perennial fountain of dish-water.
Had he even given notice of his intention of visiting Boston, different arrangements might have been made.
Unfortunately, his guide took him to the Music Hall.
Unfortunately, Mr. George Sumne