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The Daily Dispatch: February 25, 1861., [Electronic resource] 7 3 Browse Search
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Singular Horsewhipping Case in England, The Rev. J. Sumner Brockhurst, of Emmanuel College, England, horsewhipped the Rev. Edward Dodd, Fellow of Magdalen College and Vicar of St. Giles', Cambridge, because he had omitted from the grace the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, and had said when asked for his reason, that it was on account of the presence of a Jew at the table.
if you prick him he does not bleed, if you tickle him he does not laugh, and if you poison him he does not die.--2d. Rev. Edward Dodd, Fellow of Magdalen College and Vicar of St. Giles, Cambridge.--3d. A Jewish gentleman, name not remembered. 4th. The old gentleman in black.--Now, it seems that the Rev. Mr. Dodd was called on for a blessing before meat, and he gave it. In order, however, to spare the feelings of the Jewish gentleman, he omitted the name of the second person in the Trinity.--Tordingly, and girded up his loins, and took with him an instrument which the carnal-minded call a horsewhip, and he sought Dodd, and he found him, and he smote him with the instrument, known unto the cockney as "an 'orsewip." And Dodd was much aggrieDodd was much aggrieved thereat. And he said unto Brockhurst; "Come, now, go with me before the man of law, whom the carnal denominate a Judge, and he shall decide between thy soul and mine." And Brockhurst answered and said:"Go to — what have I to do with thee or thi