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The Daily Dispatch: June 25, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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The Ricals. --Miss Adeline Parks, a young mantun maker (and man-tormentor likewise) is blessed with two beaus — John Morrow, a journeyman tailor, and Theodore Barkman, a Crispinite. Barkman keeps "Blue Monday." (according to an ancient custom among shoemakers,) and devotes that day to the offices and affairs of love. Morrow, the tailor, is inclined to be jealous — having some reason to complain of the preference which Miss Adeline shows for his rival, who is a man of whiskers and has a m Miss Adeline's parlor at an early hour on that afternoon, and concealed himself under a lounge, in order to be an invisible witness of the expected interview. Soon after, Miss Adeline entered and took her seat on the lounge, and in due time, Mr. Barkman arrived and installed himself by the side of the adorable object. We would report, verbatim, the conversation that followed, but as love scenes in description seldom come up to the ideas and expectations of the ladies, we think it better to l