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The Royal police court.

--His Majesty sat, but nothing wonderful occurring, he remained seated for about one hour and fifteen minutes, when he became convinced of the importance of disposing of the small fry before him, which he did. Subsequent to this, he made some remarks to several of the custodians of the peace, and then placing his fight arm on the right elbow of the chair in which he was seated, he planted his foot on the spittoon on the left, and succeeded in accomplishing his elevation to a position vulgarly styled rectus in curia. Arranging his chapeau, he then left the scene of his wonderful operations without the slightest injury. Laus Io.

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