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--A Quebec journal mentions the case of a woman named Madame Pierre Doyer, residing in that city, who has reached the respectable age of one hundred and thirteen years. Her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren amount to the patriarchal number of two hundred and twenty-six. The old lady retains all her faculties, and resides with her son, who has himself attained the very fair age of seventy-nine.

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