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And dauntless game cocks symbolize their lord." Every village ale-house echoes the belief that the Premier "Pam" eats nothing but good Southdown mutton and drinks nothing but good English beer; and as he canters along Rotton Row or down Piccadilly, there is something pleasant in the pride with which each passer turns and says, "There goes our 'Pam.'" At home he is the delight and stay of the social circle: Nor doubt nor toil his freshness can destroy, But time still leaves all Eton in the boy. In the conduct of his administrative department he is despotic and severe, and cannot for a moment brook the slightest contradiction or control. He is troubled with one or two singular prejudices. For instance, he will not permit smoking in any portion of his office, or allow any officer of his department to write with a steel pen. As a speaker, he is, except on rare occasions, clumsy and confused in the construction of his sentences, and, hesitating and "haw haw-y" in t