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aboose the clergy. Not at all, and he was happy to see that I was interested in the Bonypart family. "Its a great family," sed I. "But they scooped the old man in," "How, sir?" "Napoleon the Grand. The Britishers scooped him at Waterloo. He wanted to do too much, and he did it. They scooped him in at Waterloo, and he subsequently died at St. Heleny: There's where the greatest military man the world ever produced pegged out. It was rather hard to consine such a man as him to StWaterloo, and he subsequently died at St. Heleny: There's where the greatest military man the world ever produced pegged out. It was rather hard to consine such a man as him to St. Heleny, to spend his larst days in catchin mackeril and walkin up and down the dreary beach in a military cloak, drawn tightly round him, (see picter books;) but so it was. 'Hed of the Army!' Them was his larst words. So he had bin. He was grate! Don't I wish we had a pair of his old boots to command some of our brigades!" This pleased Jerome, and he took me warmly by the hand. "Alixander the Grate was punkins," I continnered, "but Napoleon was punkinser!--Abe wept becaws there was